Re: [tracker2] Re: Delivery Status Notification (Failure)
- Everything looks fine on this end. Haven't changed any mail
configuration stuff in a while. And since we switched hosting providers
a while back, we haven't had any trouble with spam blacklisting, either.
On 3/29/2013 7:52 AM, James Ewen wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 5:20 AM, Eric Fort <eric.fort@...
> <mailto:eric.fort%40gmail.com>> wrote:
> > this was generated as a direct reply to a message scott sent to me. I see
> > the spelling error, but I'm pretty sure I just hit reply. don't know. If
> > the error's mine, well I am human and faliable.... but I had thought this
> > was just a simple reply.
> > In-Reply-To: <515078A6.5060103@...
> > Subject: Re: [tracker2] t3-mini any way of getting it to speak i2c?
> > To: scott@... <mailto:scott%40opentrak.org>
> I can't find any references to opentrak in any messages I have archived.
> It looks like you replied to a private message from Scott, not one of
> the messages on in the Yahoo thread, as when I look at the headers
> there, they show yahoo handling the messages. Messages from Scott
> however show the domain name spelt properly.
> Your email program should not be inserting an email address from your
> local contacts list, but I'd check your contacts list to see if you
> have the correct domain name in there. Dig into the message that Scott
> sent you direct and check the spelling there as well.
> Since this happens to you a lot, the source issue may be on your end.
> Try going back to the original message that you replied to, and reply
> to it again, paying special attention to whom it is being sent to.
> We might have to bug Scott to look at his reply to address on one of
> his accounts. It may be entered wrong there...
> Whatever the case, we know its not a problem with Scott's email
> server, but rather the email address the messages are being sent to...
> now to find out who's got the wrong spelling in place.