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Bug#421654: marked as done (packages.debian.org mail jam)

Your message dated Mon, 03 Sep 2007 11:34:45 +0200
with message-id <87lkbort1m.fsf@vorlon.ganneff.de>
and subject line packages.debian.org mail jam
has caused the attached Bug report to be marked as done.

This means that you claim that the problem has been dealt with.
If this is not the case it is now your responsibility to reopen the
Bug report if necessary, and/or fix the problem forthwith.

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talking about this indicates a serious mail system misconfiguration
somewhere.  Please contact me immediately.)

Debian bug tracking system administrator
(administrator, Debian Bugs database)

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Package: www.debian.org
Severity: minor

Just to let you know what packages.debian.org does these days:

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A message that you sent has not yet been delivered to one or more of its
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The message identifier is:     1HgNnu-0001il-4s
The subject of the message is: upgrade fisaco
The date of the message is:    Tue, 24 Apr 2007 21:10:36 +0800

The address to which the message has not yet been delivered is:

    Delay reason: SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<apache2.2-common@packages.debian.org>:
    host puccini.debian.org []: 450 <jidanni@jidanni.org>:
    Sender address rejected: unverified address: Address verification in progress

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This should work now.

In the past, with the old code, there have been times puccini was to
overloaded to get its work done and the result was something like what
you reported. While the new code is only running for a short time, the
load situation and behaviour of everything on the machine is already
considerably better, so I dont think you will have the problem again.

bye Joerg
I think there's a world market for about five computers.
 -- attr. Thomas J. Watson (Chairman of the Board, IBM), 1943

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