Re: Members Unable to Post to Group


Bob Bellizzi
 

Many supposedly free email providers perform some sort of restriction on their victim/members.  rr.com throttles the incoming messages if one exceeds an unspecified total of something they do  not define to the user.   As a resdult, messages are bounced by the rr.com server with cryptic error messages like, "too many messsages" 
account busy, try later
etc.
Hotmail also does this and Prodigy.  AOL has some unique stuff going on.  Their servers are actually on their own custom style network with bridges to the real internet.  If you assigned bridge gets too busy, they declare a "destination timeout".  this last may have changed but I've seen more retries on AOL that on any other service.


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Bob Bellizzi

Founder, Fuchs Friends ®
Founder & Executive Director, The Corneal Dystrophy Foundation

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