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Re: Does this list echo?

From: Gregg Levine
Subject: Re: Does this list echo?
Date: Sat, 18 May 2019 21:40:57 -0400

And thank you Bob for helping these two good people out with this
grouchy e-mail list. All of the Mailman managed lists behave strangely
when it comes to Google Mail. And it also does the same way for most
of e-mail methods out there. In fact it and Yahoo based e-mail
services also behave the same way.....
Gregg C Levine address@hidden
"This signature fought the Time Wars, time and again."

On Sat, May 18, 2019 at 5:20 PM Bob Proulx <address@hidden> wrote:
> ToddAndMargo wrote:
> >    I am about to find out the hard way if this mailing list supports
> >    HTML in-line images.
> Images like that are simply an attachment.  Attachments are
> supported.  Whether it is inline or not is a feature of the mail
> reader in use at the recipient.
> But posting *large* images is strongly discouraged.  And posting an
> image of anything that is trivially cut and pasted is also
> discouraged.  Because images are not indexed making the contents of
> them hard to search for.  And other reasons.
> Your small image was small enough but using again the text would have
> been trivial to paste in instead and then it would be indexed.
> >    Found the setting.  It does not work.  I do not get echo back of
> >    my own posts.
> It does work.  Please contact the admins at mailman AT and ask
> for help.  Let's not annoy everyone on the help-grub mailing list
> trying to debug an individual email delivery problem.
> >    And I am using, not gmail.
> So many people have their domains delivered to Google Gmail that it is
> often not easy to tell if someone is forwarding there or not.
> Therefore I make that PSA (public service announcement) when the topic
> arises.  Because it is a very common FAQ concerning the issue.  Other
> people will read it and then slowly the understanding of how things
> work propagates.
> >    I subscribe to about 20 mailing list.  The only other one that
> >    this happens to is the Xfce list and they do it on purpose.
> I am not subscribed to the xfce list so know nothing about it.  I am
> subscribed to a very many mailing lists however.
> Bob
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