From: Mike Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 08 1996 - 17:25:01 EDT
Note: If you receive mail like this, from email@example.com (for
Message "Re: John 8:58 (longish)", sent at 14:42 EDT on 08-Aug-96, could
not be delivered to [73642,402] at 14:45 EDT on 08-Aug-96 because the
recipient will not accept messages from internet.
It means that one of the subscribers (73642,firstname.lastname@example.org to be exact) to
the email@example.com list has bounced mail intended for him/her from the
listserv or majordomo. This is to say, that your message made it to the list
fine, but could not be delivered to a particular list member (whose address the
moderator would do well to eliminate from b-greek at this juncture).
A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanging;
it is the skin of living thought and changes from day
to day as does the air around us. - Oliver Wendell Holmes
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