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mysterious bounceback and I need help understanding this

Lew-the-nerd (889026) writes | about 9 months ago

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Lew-the-nerd (889026) writes "I have sent messages to the links at subscriptions@slashdot.org and feedback@slashdot.org and the emails bounce back consistently with this inscrutable message.

  Recipient address: subscriptions@slashdot.org
    Reason: SMTP transmission failure has occurred
    Diagnostic code: smtp;550 This message scored 28.8 points. Congratulations!

What does this mean and how do I actually reach slashdot.org?"

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Sorry (1)

Soulskill (1459) | about 9 months ago | (#44972689)

Apologies for the non-delivery problems. I'm not sure why it's rejecting your emails.

If you'd like, you can email me directly at soulskill@slashdot.org [mailto] . (If that bounces, try my corporate address: jboehm@slashdotmedia.com [mailto] .) If I can't help with whatever issue you're emailing about, I will certainly forward it on to somebody who can.

Re:Sorry (1)

Lew-the-nerd (889026) | about 9 months ago | (#44979801)

thanks.

will do when I wake up.
(Up at 4 to do a photo shoot and sorta dragging now)

LL

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