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> > > For some reason, I don't receive mail send to linux kernel anymore.
> > > Is that a server problem or I need to do the subscribe again. It
> > > happened fron yesterday.
> >
> > The list server probably de-subscribed you. Try re-subscribing.
>
> Lets see what logs tell:
>
> @grabjohn.com linux-kernel relaying denied
> yiding_wang@agilent.com linux-kernel user unknown
>
> Agilent had front-end system loosing its database/mind temporarily
> (but 1 hour "temporary" is 10-60 bounces depending on the hour...)
>
> Cases of "relaying denied" (wording varies) are fairly easy to understand.
> Cases where systems have temporary insanities are most difficult to analyze...

I *know* that one of my backup mailers is incorrectly configured, but
that machine is not under my direct control, and I have asked for it
to be re-configured. What else can I do?

John.
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