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On Thursday, September 20 , I received the following message from the
listserv at LOC to the in-box at [log in to unmask]:


Thu, 20 Sep 2012 00:00:41

"You have been  automatically removed from the  ARSCLIST list (Association
for  Recorded Sound  Discussion List)  as a  result of  repeated delivery
error  reports from  your mail  system."


I immediately opened a support ticket with iPage, the hosting company of my
website, and forwarded the email from ARSCLIST.

Meanwhile, considering the recent doubling of messages on the listserve, I
reapplied to the list and received no reply.

I then tried to view the listserve archives online only to discover that I
had been completely removed and had no access whatsoever.

I then created the mail box [log in to unmask] and applied again.

Again,........ nothing.

So, it would appear that my domain name has been banned by the automated
system at the LOC.

Here's the findings by the tech help team at iPage:

From the bounce-back error message it appears that the email went through
too many different channels resulting in too many headers. Too many headers
could indicate a spammer or an email spoofer trying to drive through
someone else's mail system which caused the bounce-back. I suggest you to
contact the sender email admin to check the cause for so many hops.

If you have any further questions, please update the Support Console.


A**** K****
Technical Specialist

 I then opened an account at gmail, applied to the ARSCLIST and the
response was immediate.

At least, I can post this message which will be read by humans.

One of the main reasons I launched Baileyzone was to be able to manage my
personal and professional accounts in one place. I'm a busy guy and I don't
have the time (or inclination) to cruse various online email accounts like
gmail, hotmail, yahoo or others. The same goes for all of the social and
“professional” networking sites.

That said, don't expect to hear much from me on this list, if at all. I'm
sure that will be just fine with most.

The main reason for this long-winded post is to let those, who have also
been banned, know that to get back on the list, you will have to open an
entirely new account, possibly with a different ISP.

If you know someone who has been recently banned, please forward this email

Appologies to the list for the rant.


Corey Bailey

Corey Bailey Audio Engineering

Date:*         Fri, 21 Sep 2012 18:01:59 -0400*Reply-To:*
Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
              <[log in to unmask]>*Sender:*       Association
for Recorded Sound Discussion List
              <[log in to unmask]>*From:*         "Cornell,
Bryan E" <[log in to unmask]>*Subject:*      Re: ARSC List
<[log in to unmask]>*Content-Type:*
text/plain; charset="us-ascii"

Yes, I'm hoping everyone read my previous message on this.
Instructions are here .

For now, it appears that resubscribing fixes things.  I'm afraid we
won't have the problem sorted out until next week.

Bryan Cornell
ARSClist Admin

-----Original Message-----
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Sam Brylawski
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2012 5:10 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] ARSC List problems

Regarding the listserv issues, Bryan Cornell at the Library of
Congress is contacting the IT dept. there to determine what the
problem is and to seek a solution.

Sam Brylawski

On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 4:38 PM, Kurt Nauck <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I was also kicked off 2 days ago. After repeated communications with
> my ISP, they were unable to find any issues on my end. I resubscribed
> and appear to be back on.
> Looks like it's either glitch in the ARSCList system or you guys
> wanted a window of opportunity to talk smack about some of your list fellows!

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