[Coco] Question about List Operation
coconut at pritchard.ca
Fri Oct 3 15:56:19 EDT 2008
Stephen has a good point about checking the the gmane archive of this list.
You can also look here - http://five.pairlist.net/pipermail/coco/. Also in
regards to Stephen's mention about the Spam filtering, good idea. A some
what related issues is I use Google Apps to host the e-mail for my domain,
and even though I have the list set to send me even my submissions, I never
see them come back. As far as I know Google Apps servers are detecting the
duplicate and merely forgetting to at the Inbox label to them. Or maybe I
did something wrong on the list account page.
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Stephen H. Fischer <SFischer1 at mindspring.com
> Check "gmane.comp.hardware.tandy.coco" on "news.gmane.org".
> My posts appear almost immediately there after being sent.
> My posts back from the mailing list are put into "Suspect Spam" by
> Earthlink and thus do not appear in my Inbox until I move them.
> I have an inquiry with Earthlink about this currently open.
> Does your ISP also have a Spam filter?
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "LinuxRules" <Linux-Rules at austin.rr.com
> To: "COCO LIST" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 12:26 PM
> Subject: [Coco] Question about List Operation
> This AM, I posted (continuing a thread) but did not see the post
>> appear. I waited several hours - in case mail was busy - and reposted
>> the same text. That one has not appeared either.
>> And neither one has bounced...... ...Hmmmm.....
>> So there seems to be a problem somewhere in the loop. Can you
>> tell if you received my posting(s) today? I know that my email is
>> going out to family members OK, but that may not be conclusive.
>> Hopefully, I can get a clue as to whether the problem is on my end,
>> your end, or some where between...........
>> thank you
>> john dumas
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