Can someone tell me if the below is something to worry about as I hardly post to the list and I know when I have posted to the list my emails have not bounced.
-------- Original Message --------
Hi! This is the ezmlm program. I'm managing the
[hidden email] mailing list.
Messages to you from the user mailing list seem to
have been bouncing. I've attached a copy of the first bounce
message I received.
If this message bounces too, I will send you a probe. If the probe bounces,
I will remove your address from the user mailing list,
without further notice.
I've kept a list of which messages from the user mailing list have
bounced from your address.
Copies of these messages may be in the archive.
To retrieve a set of messages 123-145 (a maximum of 100 per request),
send a short message to:
To receive a subject and author list for the last 100 or so messages,
send a short message to:
Here are the message numbers:
--- Enclosed is a copy of the bounce message I received.
Received: (qmail 55605 invoked for bounce); 24 Aug 2016 13:51:02 -0000
Date: 24 Aug 2016 13:51:02 -0000
From: [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]
Subject: failure notice
There is nothing to worry about on your side.
I received such email too.
I think they are testing some new mechanisms for list moderation.
On 2016-09-04 03:41, Ted Yu wrote:
The bounce message from shows the message number (23009).
The most likely cause is that your mail server thinks the message is spam, whereas the mailing list did not.The initial mail is accepted by the list software, but is rejected somewhere on its way to you.
As per the bounce message, you can find out more details of the recent index numbers by sending the an e-mail to:
This shows that the message was:
23009: Re: ACCEPTED: waiting for AM container to be allocated, launched and register with RM
21 Aug 2016 rammohan ganapavarapu
You can try getting the message itself by sending an e-mail to:
The reply will contain the original message.
Of course that might also fall foul of your mail server spam detection...
In which case you would have to dig into the mailing list archives and look at the raw messages to find the message numbers.
I don't think there is a way to search by message number, but you can narrow the search by using the information from the index command.
I have done this and the message in question is:
If you look at the raw content:
you will see that it starts with:
From user-return-23009-apmail-hadoop-user-archive=[hidden email] Sun Aug 21 03:28:42 2016 Return-Path: <user-return-23009-apmail-hadoop-user-archive=[hidden email]>
Note the message number '23009' above.The message itself contains a lot of quoted material in comparison with new material; that is sometimes an indication of spam and may have triggered the bounce.
On 4 September 2016 at 02:45, Jonathan Aquilina <[hidden email]> wrote:
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