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The NZNOG Mailing List has around 900 addresses subscribed. You may only post to the list from a subscribed address. A number of people subscribe addresses which do not receive email purely to allow posting from them.Hi,
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A full archive is available at http://list.waikato.ac.nz/pipermail/nznog/. Any message sent to the list will be archived and made available on the web automatically. Changes are not made to the archive on request, though the administrators remain happy to assist the Office of the Privacy Commissioner should any complaint be laid with that office.You can subscribe to the list at http://list.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/nznogA common reason for posting to the list is when something isn’t working as you believe it should. When this happens the first thing you should do is contact the other party directly – get their details from their website or from the NOC list. If you find out something of general technical interest please share it with the list through an intelligent and fact filled post.
Secondly, search the archives at http://list.waikato.ac.nz/pipermail/nznog/to see if your question has been answered before. One way to search the archive is to use google and prefix your search with site:list.waikato.ac.nz .
If this gets you nowhere you should post to the list with sufficient detail so that others on the list to see if the problem you are having might also impact on them (so they will tune into the thread as it progresses), or it might be a more general problem than you think and help may come from somewhere other than where you expected.
We at xxxxx are seeing problems with mails to ISP X being bounced with
yyyy message, but only when they're being delivered to an MTA called
zzzzz at ISP X. Our MTA on an even IP address doesn't have problems, but
the odd IP addressed one does.
Has anyone else seen this problem, and have they had success in getting
ISP X to resolve it? We have not been able to get in touch with them
through the normal channels. Perhaps if we could collate the issues and
apply some group pressure we can get this resolved.
Hal P Full,
Clever ISP Limited
Plonker and Sons Interweb Services Ltd