While I'm not Joanne, my first question would be "Have you tried
On Mon, Dec 24, 2007 at 11:28:19AM -0500, Gene Heskett wrote:
> That is what I've been doing but while I was on the road starting a couple of
> months ago, I'd apparently left a fwd stanza operational at gmail to fwd it
> to a spam-trap bypassing address at vz.
> Unforch, vz has their own private version of a spam filter bouncer that, in
> the last couple of months, managed to leave about 4500 msgs at gmail. And
> they won't admit its even there!
> I called vz and lawyered up on them based on Common Carrier FCC rules, and the
> filter got shut down about 10 minutes later, which is good, but the incoming
> headers still said it was being transported thru vz. So I logged into gmail
> with FF for the first time in several months and found the fwd kit. I don't
> recall doing it, but the info was correct so I must have. Hello CRS?
> So I killed the fwd kit at gmail and moved all the bounced stuff back to the
> inbox, figuring fetchmail would suck it and that would be the end of it. 4
> things though, 90% of them are dups by the time they get sorted here, and
> fetchmail is reporting about an 85% failure to flush rate in the early part
> of the waiting msgs it processes in each new daemon wakeup. Toss in that
> right now, webmail says there's about 3350 messages left to suck after around
> 19 hours (with two power failures here of about 9 hours total duration), but
> when I set the verbosity up on fetchmail, it is only getting a much smaller
> number between 800 and 1300 for a msg count from gmail, and this number is
> refreshed to a new value when it sucks the last of the currently being
> processed list. Oh, 4th, did I mention its slower than molasses, probably
> because of spamc here.
> Is this "number of messages waiting" discrepancy mainly the disconnect between
> the webmail interface, and the pop interface at gmail, or do we actually have
> a fetchmail bug here?
> Cheers, Gene
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