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Re: Gmail weirdness?
On 2/10/06, Mark Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Anyone noticed any odd behavior with gmail? Particularly in the last few > weeks? > > Particularly, we're seeing gmail deliver multiple instances of a message > from a gmail subscriber to a mailing list server... > > The following post gives as much info as i've been able to collate to > date: > > http://www.linux.net.nz/pipermail/nzlug/2006-February/003398.html > > The problems were first observed by us week-before-last. > > At this stage i'm being forced to moderate any gmail-using-subscriber, it > may be that we need to forbid gmail.com entirely. > > Gmails website didn't list any suitable NOC-type contact addresses, nor > are there any on the NOC list site. > > The fact we're seeing discrete SMTP connections does make it look like the > problem is definately related to the-other-end and at the minimum, some > liason with an appropriate person at google/gmail would be great. > Likewise if this is a 'known issue', someone please feel free to shoot me > down as appropriate.... > > Thanks > Mark Foster. > As a subscriber that interacts on multiple lists, as well as the occasional personal e-mail I'll send out to friends and family, no one has ever reported that they are receiving multiple instances of my e-mails. I have also never received multiple e-mails from other gmail users directly or through a list. Only contact I can find for gmail is gmail-support(at)google.com -- Mark Owen