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Re: no response from listmaster

Yay. Cheers for the info. Sorry I missed the original resolution.

On 23/12/15 20:45, Steve Kleene wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Dec 2015 18:55:54 +0000, Lee Fuller <me@leefuller.io> wrote:
>> Sorry to drag up this old relic, Steve - did your investigation yield
>> anything useful?
>> Mail is a complicated subject so I'm keen to hear about the conclusion of
>> issues like this.
>> On 15 December 2015 at 23:14, Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 15 December 2015 19:29:50 Brian wrote:
>>>> Pestering us
>>>> appears to have its benefits. Just think, your response might have edged
>>>> him towards it. :)
>>> To be fair, Brian, it wasn't pestering us that was complained about, it was
>>> pestering the listmasters.  "Pestering" us was the right thing to do, and
>>> as
>>> you say helped the OP solve his problem.
>>> Lisi
> Yes, the problem has been solved.  I posted as follows and added "[SOLVED]"
> to the Subject in the header:
> On Mon Dec 14 10:22:25 2015, I wrote:
>> I have now been able to resubscribe.  What I did was to stop routing my mail
>> through my employer's main router.  I believe that was the source of the
>> bounces from improper processing of validation tags.  Dodging that router let
>> me succeed in replying to confirm my subscription.
>> I began relaying through this router ten years ago because a different
>> recipient didn't like my originating IP.  If that's now busted again, I'll
>> work through it.
>> Thank you very much to all of you who posted or wrote with helpful and useful
>> suggestions.

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