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Re: email being rejected by...



On Sunday 01 October 2006 14:37, magicus wrote:
> gpgkeys: key 6E2D745B1B0808F8 not found on keyserver
>
> Ric Moore wrote:
> > What's this? I got a stack of these in my inbox.
> >
> > The original message was received at 2006-10-01 00:04:54 +0100
> > from postoffice.local [10.0.0.1]
>
> ...
>
> >         I didn't send anything to gfrith gmail com the email message
> >         attachment shows I mailed to fedora-list redhat com only.
> >         WTF? Anyone have a clue?? Ric
>
> I have seen them here as well.  One ended up in my inbox, I read it and
> then told Thunderbird that it was junk.  I haven't seen any more...
>
> I have no idea what it is about or what caused it. AFAIK I didn't send
> any mail to that address. Perhaps it is a spoofed address or something
> along those lines.
>
No, it's not.  You send a message to fedora-list, and the fedora server sends 
it to every member of the list.  As Sam explained, gfrith's gmail account is 
bouncing them to the writer, not to the list.

Anne

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