Yes, they've tried.  I guess they've talked to someone in OIT, had it  
fixed for a while, but then it reverts to bouncing their emails again.

I'm not an email technician, so I'm just passing this along --- I  
certainly have no other suggestions than trying an alternate email  


On Mar 2, 2010, at 11:12 AM, Brian Hayden wrote:

> On Mar 2, 2010, at 11:08 AM, Kristofer Layon wrote:
>> I just got a call from the AEA event manager, and she said that for  
>> whatever reason (robust email defense of some kind), the  
>> confirmation and receipt emails from An Event Apart to staff at the  
>> U of M who are registering for AEA in Mpls (July 26-27) are  
>> bouncing instead of hitting their targets.
> The bounce message on all of these should explain what the problem  
> is (such as broken reverse DNS). Did they mention whether they've  
> tried to address it? I'm curious because the U doesn't have any  
> magical-mystical ultra-aggressive blocking criteria... if we're  
> bouncing them they can be guaranteed many others are too, for the  
> same reasons.
> -Brian