Barracuda is almost as guilty as Microsoft in not clearly delineating to
buyers just what things it may do that are not RFC compliant. It's what
Exchange server operators often buy to "solve" the shortcomings of
On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 10:24 PM, philippe.amard <philippe.amard@xxxxxx>wrote:
> I am doing that right now - off list as requested
> I've had troubles with my ISP too at times - barracuda was the janitor
> Keep me posted
> Le 30 mars 14 à 23:50, Andrew Fildes a écrit :
> > I need a serious favour from the French residents here please.
> > My sister in Bordeaux can't send me an email without it bouncing.
> > She's with Orange and I think they are telling her fairy stories.
> > Some nonsense about virus filters at an entirely different ISP.
> > Could anyone using a French ISP send me a direct off-list message
> > and let me know if it bounces please.
> > Send me your favourite current French insult? I need to update my
> > vocab! :-)
> > Andrew Fildes
> > afildes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > afildes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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