Example of a message sent to the list owner during BRDS
From: mail-list.com <email@example.com>
Subject: healthnews bogus bounces summary report
Your recent message to your list was not delivered to all of your subscribers.
The subscribers listed below had your email message blocked by their ISP for dubious reasons.
571 Delivery not authorized for firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have sent a separate email to these subscribers, notifying them of the problem. And pointing them to a copy of your email on our web site:
We also sent an email to the postmaster of each of their domain names, asking them to resolve the problem. Their email looked something like this:
You are welcome to follow up with anybody listed above with a private email, and ask them to investigate things from their end. Please note that if these error messages continue, we will remove the subscriber(s) automatically for excessive bounces.
Please review our BRDS (Bounce Re-delivery System) to get more information about how we handle such situations:
If you learn anything that we should know about, please reply and let me know.
mark david mcCreary
p.s. This report is optional and is only sent out when we notice bogus errors when delivering your email.
To stop these reports from coming in the future, please click on this link
p.p.s. The subscriber mails look like this:
mail-list.com is owned and operated by
Internet Tools, Inc.
1302 Waugh Dr. #438
Houston, TX 77019