Birding-aus messages not getting through.

To: <>, "Joy Tansey" <>
Subject: Birding-aus messages not getting through.
From: "Peter Shute" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 09:02:57 +1000
 wrote on Thursday, 28 June 2007 10:49

> The problem seems to be for us with the address sufix bigpond
> And it is not the first time I have had the problem since I
> signed up tp their "broadband" service.
> The emails all see to get to B-A because I can go to the
> archive and read them. The problem is that they are not
> getting to my bigpond address.
> Thanks for all your help Russell and thanks again to all
> those who put constructive articles and sightings on the B-A site.

If you can precisely identify a particular email that didn't make it
through, and can get one of the rest of us to forward it to you so you
can forward it to Bigpond, then they would have something to work on.
ISPs get so many non genuine complaints about non delivery, where the
sender of recipient is somehow at fault, that they can't afford to waste
time trying to track down problems for which they have absolutely no
clues or evidence.  Any emails would have to be forwarded as
attachments, otherwise the headers will be lost.

I can't promise it would be worth the effort though.

Peter Shute

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