On 5 November 2010 16:14, Daniel Brown <danbr...@php.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 08:13, Lester Caine <les...@lsces.co.uk> wrote:
>> Karl DeSaulniers wrote:
>>> Hi, Can anyone admin please explain this to me?
>> If the email server gets bounce messages back for emails set out, then it
>> tries to check those emails. If the warning message gets through then
>> nothing really happens, but if that bounces as well, then it will disable
>> sending more emails to that address.
>> I had one for this list this morning as well ...
>    Mostly everyone on the list would've gotten that same one.  It's
> nothing of which to be concerned, it just means that your local
> mailservers did what they should: they bounced a poor attempt at a
> phishing message claiming to be from the "lists.php.net support team"
> (there is no such group).  When your mailserver rightfully bounced the
> email, ezmlm sent the notice to you that it bounced.
>    You can check the content of bounced messages yourself by
> following the instructions in any given bounce message you receive
> from us.  Inside the email, you'll see a message number (not to be
> confused with a message ID), and you can build a dynamic email address
> to which you simply send a blank email.  Moments later, you should
> receive a copy of the original email --- and usually that will come
> through, by request.

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