Re: [NTO] email trouble
- Robert Romberger wrote:
> While it wouldn't surprise me if they were, I have not heard of anything.manager' of
>> They have also initiated an error response email from the 'List
>> a different groupfrom, but
> Um...That isn't a Yahoo Group manager. I don't know where it is
> the only reason you should be seeing any list manager mail is if you areparticular
> subscribed to that particular list (server) or are a manager of the list.
> Sometimes I get mail bounces routed through Yahoo Groups about a
> member having e-mail problems (from their mail server), but never from aattachment
> list server through Yahoo Groups.
> As was mentioned, you might want to see if they came with an
> that was stripped off along the way because it was infected with a virus.Robert,
> Thought for the day: Necessity, who is the mother of invention. Plato
You're correct, I searched this on Yahoo Groups with no hits. It was
odd, they weren't random emails, they were the actual email I replied to
on NoteTab lists.
As I said, I would get the normal response from the list in the form of
an email then I would get(all the proper text was in the rejection) a
response from ListManager at dbzmail.com.
After I posted the question about email there was a long dry spell of 10
or 15 minutes, I usually get legitimate responses, from messages I send,
within 1 or 2 minutes.
Anyway, the problem seems to have been cured, I haven't received any
more since I made that post.
Being nosy, I logged on to dbzmail.com. I still don't know what it is,
the first screen is a sign on screen whereby you have to join via email
address and passwords etc..
Following is an excerpt from the sign on screen.
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICES
dbzmail.com agrees to provide Users one or more of the following
Services via the dbzmail.com sites: electronic mail ("email"), chat,
message board, mailing list, calendar, greeting card, WAP, web hosting,
IMS, UMS or polling. User must: (a) provide all equipment, including a
computer and modem, necessary to establish a connection to the Web; (b)
provide for User's own access to the Web and pay any telephone or other
connection and service fees associated with such access.