Speaking a someone who runs a listserver, (well actually, Sympa), and
deals with this kind of garbage all the time. It occurs to me that TWO
different things are going on:
- the CODE4LIB list, or the CLIR.ORG listserver, or both are tuned to
drop people rather quickly - perhaps that should be backed off a bit,
with an automatic warning before an address is dropped
- looks like the listserver, and/or some members, need to update
conditions that cause some sites (e.g., google.com) to bounce mail
Both are issues for the list/server admin to deal with.
On 9/15/16 10:20 AM, Robert Sandusky wrote:
> This has happened to me a couple of times over the past ~2 years. I'm
> on a *nix based mail system operated by campus IT, not gmail.
> On 9/15/2016 9:16 AM, Eric Hellman wrote:
>> Have others been having difficulty staying subscribed? It seems gmail
>> doesn't like the CLIR listserv.
>>> - The first error was reported on 2016-09-09.
>>> - Since then, a total of 10 delivery errors have been received.
>>> - The last reported error was: 5.7.1 550-5.7.1
>>> [2600:3c03::f03c:91ff:fe55:a961] Our system has detected that
>>> 550-5.7.1 message does not meet IPv6 sending guidelines regarding
>>> records 550-5.7.1 and authentication. Please review 550-5.7.1
>>> <https://support.google.com/mail/?p=IPv6AuthError> for more
>>> information 550
>>> 5.7.1 . g16... (23 bytes suppressed)
>> Eric Hellman
>> President, Free Ebook Foundation
>> Founder, Unglue.it <http://unglue.it/> https://unglue.it/
>> twitter: @gluejar
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