disabled on 10/28 for bounces--to gmail???

Colin Holgate colinholgate at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 20:31:35 CET 2016

That would make sense if you had spam system that sent back a rejection message. I don’t use spam filters, I just let some emails go into Mail’s Junk mailbox. But I’ve also had the excessive bounce message a few times.

For what it’s worth, my Junk mailbox currently has four emails from Roger Eller, one from Jan Schenkel, and two copies of the same email from the LiveCode team.

The LiveCode team ones look like adverts, but the other messages seem harmless.

> On Nov 17, 2016, at 12:26 PM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> On 11/17/16 1:15 PM, Jacques Clavel wrote:
>> The problem is that all seems to be normal for me, no problem at all, I
>> just received an email (the third) from use-livecode-request which says
>> (see below). I re-enabled my membership by using the first link and I
>> received again the messages from the list.
>> Can I do something to help to solve the problem?
> I wonder if the problem is over-aggressive spam filtering. If a spam filter bounces the list mail back to Mailman, you'd have "excessive bounces".
> I am not having the problem. In my cPanel I have spam filtering set to the default average level (5) and I receive list mails individually. I think sometimes the digest can appear as spam and that might cause a bounce. So I wonder if those people who are getting unsubscribed are receiving the digest? If you try receiving individual messages, do you still get the warning?
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