I have many questions, but I'm always afraid to ask them b/c people
sometimes get so offended by others who miss something in a configuration
that is so minor (although we've all been there.......) so here is a
problem that I've tried to investigate on my own without asking for help,
but I can't for the life of me figure it out.
What on earth is causing a bounce from this line:
working on 2.0.30 instead of 2.0.29? (2.1.x kernels are quite unstable on
The error will tell me:
Subject: BOUNCE email@example.com: Admin request of type
/\buns\w*b/i at line 1
(And that's with only sending the one line above.)
If I remove the word unstable or change it to un-stable all is ok. I'm
not sure I get this????? I can even send just one line with the word
unstable and Major blows a gasket. :-)
Red Hat Linux release 4.0 (Colgate)
Kernel 2.0.29 on an i586
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