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Re: Yahoo Postmaster contact, please

  • From: Matthew Petach
  • Date: Fri Nov 03 22:50:22 2006
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On 11/3/06, Matt Clauson <[email protected]> wrote:
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Greetings, NANOGers.  I've got a mail cluster that's been spooling about
50000 messages for the past week or so (with very little drain and
traffic passing), and my mail admin reports that attempted contacts to
the Yahoo Postmaster are not getting answered.  Can someone over there
drop me a line off-list, please?

- --mec
Amusingly enough, gmail tossed this in my spam folder, so I didn't see it
until people started replying to it.  I have no idea if that's indicative of
anything with respect to Yahoo or not, but it might indicate a possible
reason for mail deferral from some sites.

If you're having network connectivity issues reaching Yahoo, NANOG would
seem like a reasonable place to raise questions--but this isn't really a list
for mail admins to hang out on.  It looks like network connectivity between and Yahoo is good, so I'm not sure if there's anything people on
this list could help you with--but if you do have network connectivity issues
in the future, there's definitely people here who can address those concerns.


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