confirm 0c60d0dc1a8d8488f744c3297b5450c6019d9dc6

Jay West jwest at
Wed Feb 18 09:37:45 CST 2015

1) There is not a misconfiguration.
2) Yes, the two lists are joined like Siamese Twins. That was not my call,
and it's a royal pain. But.. "it is what it is".
3) I never received any email from you asking me to look at the issue.
Ostensibly - your mx host and ours don't like eachother (or the path
4) I'd love to know how you're getting cctech traffic, since I just checked
and you are most definitely not subscribed to that list. Perhaps you are
referring to cctech posts that are gated to cctalk and the headers reflect
that? It's valid list traffic.
5) I apologize for my top-posting.

-----Original Message-----
From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at] On Behalf Of Peter
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 8:15 AM
To: cctalk at
Subject: Re: confirm 0c60d0dc1a8d8488f744c3297b5450c6019d9dc6

On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 08:06:14AM -0600, cctalk-request at
> Your membership in the mailing list cctalk has been disabled due to 
> excessive bounces The last bounce received from you was dated 
> 18-Feb-2015. You will not get any more messages from this list until 
> you re-enable your membership. You will receive 3 more reminders like 
> this before your membership in the list is deleted.

These automatic unsubscriptions are getting tedious. I'm not bouncing cctalk
mail, but I *am* bouncing all mail from cctech since I never subscribed and
the list software has ignored all reasonable efforts to unsubscribe.
Evidently there's a misconfiguration somewhere that is linking the two lists
like Siamese twins.

I did drop Jay a line offering to look at and fix the configuration, but
that mail seems to have vanished into the void along with my cctech
unsubscription attempts.

So, is there any way to receve cctalk and not cctech?

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