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SubjectRe: What the Heck? [Fwd: Returned mail: User unknown]
On Fri, Sep 01, 2000 at 11:40:06PM -0400, Chris Kloiber wrote:
> What is the deal here? I have NEVER seen anyboody flatly refuse email
> from me. Are you telling me I have to go into work and use my
> chris.k@redhat.com email address to talk to Alan? That's asinine.

> > <<< 550-untestable - rr.com has multiple open relays and its admins have demanded that ORBS not test further. Complaints to mherrick@va
> > <<< 550 rejected: administrative prohibition

I have had several sites reject mail from me because it's being sent
from a rr.com IP (notably sdesigns.com). I had to use a shell acct
from another system to send it. It's very annoying but I don't think
there's much to be done if they decide they don't want mail coming from
rr.com.

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