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FW: Notification: Inbound Mail Failure



How do you stop messages being sent to a person that has left at least five
(5) years ago?

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Housing Postmaster 
> Sent:	Friday, 19 January 2001 0:52
> To:	Housing Postmaster
> Subject:	Notification: Inbound Mail Failure 
> 
> The following recipients did not receive the attached mail.  A NDR was not
> sent to the originator for the following recipients for one of the
> following reasons:
> 
> 
> 	* The Delivery Status Notification options did not request failure
> notification, or requested no notification.
> 
> 	* The message was of precedence bulk.
> 
> 
> 
> NDR reasons are listed with each recipient, along with the notification
> requested for that recipient,
> or the precedence.
> 
> <GOUGHSW@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> GOUGHSW@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 	MSEXCH:IMS:PWH:Site1:SV30GATEWAY 0 (000C05A6) Unknown Recipient
> 	Precedence: bulk
> 
> The message that caused this notification was:
> 
>  <<Netscape and V/Icalendar support.>> 
> 
> 
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I have just spoken to netscape about support for vcalendar and their
vcalendar plugin.

I was told that 'Netscape have not supplied the vcalendar file npvcal32.dll
since 4.05' (Current version is now 6)

I asked if that meant that netscape no longer supported the Vcalendar or
Icalendar format and was told by the support engineer that he thought that
to be the case.

Does any body know this to be wrong ?


Thanks

Andy





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