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[Resolved] A Deputy is aware of the "Email Dropping" issue.

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A Deputy is aware of the "Email spam Submissions Dropping" issue.

I can only assume, therefore, that action is being taken behind the scenes to work on it. Thanks for your patience.

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According to Marjolein:

Just got an email reply back from Don:

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We found a server holding a million messages.

The root cause for the problem hasn't been found yet, but the search

proceeds apace. :-)

- Don -

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OK, after three hours we are not exactly back to normal, but working through the backlog of a million messages that got stuck, at about twice the normal load. Thanks for your patience.

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----- Original Message -----

From: "SpamCop Admin" <service[at]admin.spamcop.net>

Newsgroups: spamcop

Subject: Re: Are deputies aware of (working on) submission problem?

Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 12:24:55 -0700 MST (19:24:55 GMT)

Message-ID: <ku5810h9t8hp0dftlnpsba9um4grrlvcv0[at]4ax.com>

> We have a server holding a million messages.

>

> It has been isolated so that its only job is to deliver the traffic to

> the processing system, but that will take quite a while.

>

> The root cause for the problem isn't apparent yet, but the big guns

> are working on it.

>

> - Don -

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A Deputy is aware of the "Email spam Submissions Dropping" issue.

I can only assume, therefore, that action is being taken behind the scenes to work on it.  Thanks for your patience.

Thanks for relaying this info, Jeff.

JT

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A Deputy is aware of the "Email spam Submissions Dropping" issue.

I can only assume, therefore, that action is being taken behind the scenes to work on it.  Thanks for your patience.

Thanks for relaying this info, Jeff.

You're welcome.

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