14 January 2007

Original Wording For A Bounce Message

I got this message when I tried to email someone on an AOL account. It's a change from the usual bounce messages.

Besides the usual stuff, it says:

Technical details of permanent failure:

PERM_FAILURE: SMTP Error (state 9): 550 We would love to have gotten this email to aolmember@aol.com But, your recipient never logged onto their free AIM Mail account. Please contact them and let them know that they're missing out on all the super features offered by AIM Mail. And by the way, they're also missing out on your email. Thanks.

2 comments:

Jerry said...

Does it help to go by "D" when your blog says "shared by douglas?" Or do you want to be called "D" in real life?

Which is it, D?

babywhiz said...

So, what did you do to fix getting that error message when sending email to the AOL.com person?

Or was it ever fixed?