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Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch?
Frédéric L . W . Meunier
Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch? (fwd)) (fwd)
Wed, 18 Feb 2004 15:52:24 -0300 (BRT)
I think I sent it ~20 times (with different SMTPs) but it never
made into, while my reply to "Crash with 2.8.5rel.1" made in
seconds. Go figure.
Update: According to Bob: "Regarding the messages that you've
sent recently: Majordomo spots the word "subscr1be" and kicks
them out for approval. You can get past that by hyphenating the
word, like "sub-scribe"."
So, I changed all subscribe to subscr1be, including the above.
Anyway, it was just to mention that despite the quotes making
it look like I wrote the above, I didn't.
And "Please subscr1be as it saves a human being countless hours
of" ??? Does that mean it's moderated ? I thought Bela Lubkin
had sent an e-mail days ago that never made into.
On Wed, 18 Feb 2004, Henry Nelson wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 05, 2004 at 12:29:18PM +0900, Henry Nelson wrote:
> > On Wed, Feb 04, 2004 at 08:05:02PM -0200, Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> Are we seeing progress towards the "new" list? (Getting desperate since
> the school threatens to kick me off the lan today. I'm going to let them
> physically pull the plug, though. Should take them most of today to
> locate the machine. :)
> > Are people having trouble subscribing? Please try one more time:
> > address your mail to: "address@hidden"
> > put one single command in the body of the mail: "subscr1be lynx-dev"
> Yes, we are indeed having trouble! Tried what you [me] told me to do,
> > If your connection is any good, within seconds you should get a
> > confirmation e-mail which will ask you to authorize the subscription.
> Well, my "connection" is as good as it's going to get, and I do get a
> quick response, except that it tells me I can't subscr1be:
> has been forwarded to the owner of the "lynx-dev" list for approval.
> This could be for any of several reasons:
> [... snipped ...]
> When the list owner approves your request, you will be notified.
> > If you are not willing to subscr1be, then you're going to have to expect
> > delays. Please subscr1be as it saves a human being countless hours of
> I am willing to subscr1be, but I have circumstances that won't let me
> wait more than the 2 1/2 days it's been. Isn't there some way people
> who [pretty much have to] mail via a relay smtp could get an automatic
> authorization to subscribe without opening the floodgates to spam?
> (Maybe put the authorization key inside of a .jpg or .gif file?)
; To UNSUBSCRIBE: Send "unsubscribe lynx-dev" to address@hidden
- Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch? (fwd)) (fwd),
Frédéric L . W . Meunier <=
- Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch? (fwd)) (fwd), Frédéric L . W . Meunier, 2004/02/18
- Re: mailing-list problem (Was Re: lynx-dev What happened to MINGW patch? (fwd)) (fwd), Bela Lubkin, 2004/02/18
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