Re: Test message to Flicktype subgroups and former group address
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Okay, I'm still scratching my head a bit. I posted the below message as
explained in order to test posting to the subgroups. I got back three
Delivery Status Notification Failure messages from the Mail Delivery
Subsystem for each message sent to alpha, beta, and hello followed by
@flicktype.groups.io. The failure message contained the following:
Message not delivered
Your message couldn't be delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org because the
remote server is misconfigured. See technical details below for more
The response from the remote server was:
510 5.1.1 Your email address, @walemly, is not subscribed to that
However, the cc: sent to email@example.com did come through as the below
message I believe to which I'm now replying. I'm confused because the To:
address in this message to which I replied is firstname.lastname@example.org
which didn't seem to work when I typed it in directly. I don't believe I
made a typo but anything is possible.
Hopefully, Kosta or Ashley or someone with more experience with subgroups in
Groups.io can chime in with some guidance.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Alan Lemly
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2018 9:12 PM
Subject: [flicktype] Test message to Flicktype subgroups and former group
I'm still learning about subgroups on Groups.io but I'm testing sending a
message to the new alpha and beta subgroups Kosta wrote about earlier today.
I'm not sure if we have to join these subgroups or if everyone already in
the main FlickType group was automatically added. I also am unclear why the
former <mailto:email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org address no longer
works since it was the master group but Kosta's message below seems to imply
that general group messages should go to <mailto:email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org which sounds like another subgroup.
This test message was sent to the three subgroups of alpha, beta, and hello
in the To: field and to the original main group of flicktype in the CC:
field in order to see what happens.