But, as i asked, why do i get a message that 50942 has bounced TWICE?
How do i find the bounced message? I don't see a messagenumber here:
But, if 'The problem cleared up and you got this message from it. '.......
Why can this process inform me about the fact that the problem has gone,
If the problem has gone, automated stuped thing, than please
automagically resend the message you where trying to send.
and not some bullshit message that you where not able to , but now are
able to .... :-):-(:-[:-[:-[
On 20-12-16 21:31, Girvin Herr wrote:
These are automated messages that indicate the LibreOffice mail-list
server could not deliver some messages to you at your registered email
address. The problem cleared up and you got this message from it. It
is letting you know which message(s) did not get delivered to you
(50942). You could use that number to look up the message and
retrieve it, if you like.
That said, as far as I know, there is nothing fatal about these messages.
On 12/19/2016 12:17 PM, Luuk wrote:
Why twice the same message?
Why this message at all?
What am i missing?
On 19-12-16 17:00, email@example.com wrote:
Hi, this is the Mlmmj program managing the
Some messages to you could not be delivered. If you're seeing this
message it means things are back to normal, and it's merely for your
Here is the list of the bounced messages:
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