You may have noticed that some of the messages from this morning were marked as a virus (prefixed with [PMX:VIRUS]). This was caused by the problem described below by Rob. This affected the various mailing lists (including all the Open MPI project lists) that were hosted by IU.
The admins at IU think they have the issue resolved, and should be resending the quarantined messages sometime today.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Rob Henderson <robh_at_[hidden]>
> Date: January 8, 2010 10:32:45 AM EST
> To: undisclosed-recipients <robh_at_[hidden]>
> Subject: Update on CS mail problem
> There was a problem with the CS virus and spam scanning software that
> was causing email sent through @cs.indiana.edu, @extreme.indiana.edu,
> and @osl.iu.edu to be incorrectly tagged as a virus with the virus code:
> We have corrected the underlying problem that caused this but the result
> was that email delivered starting around 1:20am through around 8:25am on
> 1/8/2010 was not delivered properly.
> The messages were saved in the software's quarantine queue and I will be
> releasing this email from the queue so you should be receiving the
> original messages intact. I'm working with the vendor on the release of
> the messages from the queue so you should be getting them shortly but I
> don't have an ETA on this yet. But, I'm working to do this as soon as
> possible so please bear with me.