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Re: Test notifications

Post by testread » Wed Oct 09, 2013 12:34 pm

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Re: Test notifications

Post by RickG » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:21 pm

Carol - just adding a post to this thread per the exchange we are having re: automated "Topic Reply Notifications" and the change in behavior some of us have noticed since September.
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Re: Test notifications

Post by RickG » Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:18 am

Carol - never received the reply notification ... but have a feeling the outbound mail is no longer in the queue.

From some digging I have an inkling as to what's going. I looked at the header of the last Topic Reply Notification I received. As of this morning, two of the IPs included in the routing (74.208.4.195 & 70.114.22.131) are both on RBLs (with one on the SpamHaus Zen list - which for my clients' mailservers would mean an immediate discard of the mail).

In addition, the PnP forum mail is failing DMARC authentication and it looks like your SPF & DKIM records could use a little fine-tuning.

When you combine the above with other rulesets its possible certain mail hosts (including gmail) are periodically passing the mail directly to the "bit bucket" and not even bothering with delivery.

I have a feeling addressing the above will resolve the issue.
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Re: Test notifications

Post by mikegreen » Tue Oct 15, 2013 5:25 pm

Carol & Rick - did you get a notif on this post today? Around 5:24pm EST.

The mail queue is pretty thick, but made a few tweaks that will hopefully bring it down and get quicker.
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Re: Test notifications

Post by RickG » Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:32 am

Hi Mike - as of Wed 7:30am EST no sign of the email.

Is it still in the queue? Does the delivery log show any type of attempted delivery and that was deferred (and retries are now following a standard schedule)?
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Re: Test notifications

Post by mikegreen » Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:09 am

Rick,
Crazy. The queue has nothing waiting for you to go out.

The mail log did send something last night:
2013-10-15 18:18:14 u49613419 3oCtTH-1VEwwE2HGl-00IXQY => xxxx msmtp.perfora.net[172.19.143.3] 250 Message 0MNZoo-1VQ88h2ZZa-006rRO accepted by mrus4.perfora.net

Lets make sure gmail isnt hiding it..

can put these in your search and see what you get:
in:spam pilotsnpaws
in:trash pilotsnpaws
in:all pilotsnpaws

I'll also email this to you :-)

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Re: Test notifications

Post by mikegreen » Wed Oct 16, 2013 11:07 am

When you tried the gmail smtp - was it quicker?
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Re: Test notifications

Post by mikegreen » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:27 am

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Re: Test notifications

Post by RickG » Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:38 pm

Mike - just an FYI - I just received the Topic Reply Notification to your post of 7:27 this morning ... 8 hrs later.
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