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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

That’s assuming I remember the sequence of events correctly. I wrote documentation on bounce handling a couple of years ago but it is a little bit fading from my memory.
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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

They will be automatically unbounced as long as they didn’t turn “bounced” (red) instead simply “bouncing” (blue). Doubtful that this caused any red (bounced) status since it lasted only a very short time, at least in my group, But to reassure yourself, you can send them all bounce probes.

On Dec 14, 2020, at 5:41 PM, JohnF via groups.io <johnf1686=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Should gmail users who are newly bouncing as of today be auto-unbounced? I imagine there will be quite a few who don't think about unbouncing themselves (or group moderators sending unbounce messages).

JohnF




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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

JohnF,

Should gmail users who are newly bouncing as of today be auto-unbounced?
I'd second that. I didn't get the initial bounce probe (was still bouncing, probably) and the next one wouldn't be for another three days.

The only reason I found out was that I went on site to approve a pending message, and the web site folded itself into a little ball and said "no, you're bouncing". There are now a couple hundred gmail bouncing on GMF, which I think is unusually high. And at a glance most are Gmail.

So, secondarily, a +1 on the prior suggestions to have a way to sort the Bouncing list by the date/time they (most recently) began bouncing. And thirdly the suggestion to have a sort by email domain.

Shal


moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Should gmail users who are newly bouncing as of today be auto-unbounced? I imagine there will be quite a few who don't think about unbouncing themselves (or group moderators sending unbounce messages).

JohnF


moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Mark,


This issue started a couple hours ago and isn't limited to just us. Many email services are reporting delivery issues to gmail.

Ironically, I missed the prior messages in this topic (27136 through 27142) because my address had been set Bouncing.

I shudder to imagine how many messages per minute Gmail may have been bouncing if this was system-wide.

Shal


moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Thanks, Mark. I realized right after seeing all the "this email address does not exist" messages that it was a gmail issue, and then people started posting here about the google outage. Maybe a show of power since they're being sued for antitrust violations. ;)
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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Hi All,

This issue started a couple hours ago and isn't limited to just us. Many email services are reporting delivery issues to gmail.

Thanks,
Mark

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 4:57 PM Larry Finch <Finches@...> wrote:
Google had a major, worldwide outage earlier today. I suspect this is left over from that outage.

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 7:02 PM J_Catlady <j.olivia.catlady@...> wrote:
Suddenly today handfuls and handfuls of gmail members in my group started bouncing. Seems like some sort of systemic issue?
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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

Larry Finch
 

Google had a major, worldwide outage earlier today. I suspect this is left over from that outage.

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 7:02 PM J_Catlady <j.olivia.catlady@...> wrote:
Suddenly today handfuls and handfuls of gmail members in my group started bouncing. Seems like some sort of systemic issue?
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moderated Re: Has anyone been solicited by forums.group? #misc

Donald Hellen
 

Yes, I've got several for groups I was an owner or moderator for.

The messages are sent to the group owner address. I find them an
annoying invasion of my privacy but they'll stop in a day. :-)

Donald

On Mon, 14 Dec 2020 11:43:14 -0800, "Bob Bellizzi" <cdfexec@gmail.com>
wrote:

Since I still  have a moribund group at Yahoo because the original owner left me as moderatorr w/no owner, I received a  solicitation from forums.group, which  is based in Germany, inviting me to move my group there.
Has anyone else run into this bunch and/or have some intelligence on them?
I'm not typically well known for my kindness towards unsolicited email.

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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Thanks.
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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

Bill Burns
 

On 14-Dec-20 7:01 PM, J_Catlady wrote:
Suddenly today handfuls and handfuls of gmail members in my group started bouncing. Seems like some sort of systemic issue?
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It was all over the news today:

https://www.theverge.com/2020/12/14/22173803/gmail-youtube-google-assistant-docs-down-outage

Check out the spike of down reports!

https://downdetector.com/status/gmail/

Bill


moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

Leeni
 

I use gmail - I signed into the group and found I was bouncing too and there wasn't any reason for it that I could see. One click and I was un bouncing.
 
 
 
 

-------Original Message-------
 
From: J_Catlady
Date: 12/14/2020 6:02:01 PM
Subject: [beta] Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc
 
Suddenly today handfuls and handfuls of gmail members in my group started bouncing. Seems like some sort of systemic issue?
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moderated Re: Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

It looks like in all cases, the delivery history log shows "the email address does not exist."  But the email addresses do exist, and in fact the bounce probes I subsequently sent are being successfully delivered.
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Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
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moderated Dozens of gmail members suddenly bouncing - what's going on? #misc

 

Suddenly today handfuls and handfuls of gmail members in my group started bouncing. Seems like some sort of systemic issue?
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J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author, especially the fishy ones.
My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together. - Desmond Tutu


moderated Re: Has anyone been solicited by forums.group? #misc

Duane
 

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 02:25 PM, Bob Bellizzi wrote:
Has anyone else run into this bunch and/or have some intelligence on them?
There's been some discussion about them on GMF, https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum/topic/78905979  I think they're too little, (way) too late.

Duane


moderated Has anyone been solicited by forums.group? #misc

Bob Bellizzi
 

Since I still  have a moribund group at Yahoo because the original owner left me as moderatorr w/no owner, I received a  solicitation from forums.group, which  is based in Germany, inviting me to move my group there.
Has anyone else run into this bunch and/or have some intelligence on them?
I'm not typically well known for my kindness towards unsolicited email.
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Bob Bellizzi


moderated Re: #bug #bug

Peter Cook
 

I've also been running into this problem repeatedly.


moderated Re: #bug #bug

Andy Wedge
 

On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 02:43 PM, Peter Rawbone wrote:

As an Owner, when I search the Members List for say, 'Davis', 9 names are listed; 2 with 'Davis' and 7 with 'David'.  The same occurs within the Directory.

However, we also run a database of members and only 'Davis' appears when this is searched.  (The other 'David' members are in the database).

Has anyone else come across this?  Not a show stopper but odd!

It sounds like the issue I raised back in March https://beta.groups.io/g/main/topic/71860654

Andy


moderated #bug #bug

Peter Rawbone
 

Hello,

I believe I've found a bug.

As an Owner, when I search the Members List for say, 'Davis', 9 names are listed; 2 with 'Davis' and 7 with 'David'.  The same occurs within the Directory.

However, we also run a database of members and only 'Davis' appears when this is searched.  (The other 'David' members are in the database).

Has anyone else come across this?  Not a show stopper but odd!

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moderated Re: SORBS Spam has groups.io blacklisted again #misc

Bruce Bowman
 

On Sun, Dec 13, 2020 at 07:37 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote:
It's my opinion that anyone that relies on SORBs will end up with a lot of false positives. 
The OP of this problem in GMF suggests that reducing the number of concurrent connections might fix it (ref: https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum/message/35540 and error code 1300). I don't enough about such things to argue the point one way or the other. :-)

Hope this helps,
Bruce

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