[gardeners] FW: BOUNCE gardeners@globalgarden.com: Admin request of type /\bsubscribe\b/i at line 2

Lillian Kepp (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Sat, 17 Jan 98 18:31:25 PST

Well, it looks like it bounced with "those" words.  But still don't 
see why Jaime's message bounced.

Needs some checking into.


On Sat, 17 Jan 1998 14:28:51 -0800  owner-gardeners@globalgarden.com 
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>Date: Sat, 17 Jan 98 18:27:27 PST
>From: Lillian Kepp <thekepps@mail.bright.net>
>Subject: Re: [gardeners] BOUNCE 
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>I no longer the list owner but I don't know why Jamie's message 
>bounced.  I am sure that subscribe and unsubscribe have been 
>from the filter.  I asked that all words be removed from the filter 

>so any messages should go through.  If this one does you can be 
>the two words were removed.
>On Sat, 17 Jan 1998 15:27:02 -0600  Tom Clothier wrote:
>>From: jaime <jknoble@warwick.net>
>>>George?  What in the heck was that?  Do you have any idea?  I 
>>>mean I realize it bounced ... there was an error .... how did 
>>>you get it then?  Color me confused.  
>>As lillian explained it to me, there is a glitch which she is 
>>to correct.  Apparently the computer processing mail to this
>>maillist looks for words that it understands, like 
>>and if it finds that word, it assumes that the mail was intended 
>>for it (the computer), and since your note responding to 
>>Margaret's post was full of other words that it did not
>>understand, was obliged to bounce the mail to the listowner.
>>There may be one or two other words that fall into this category
>>as well.  It remains to be seen.  In the meanwhile, I think it
>>may be useful to refrain from using that word (command) in
>>any context unless you encrypt it as I have done above.