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Re: [SLE] Testing (do not reply)
  • From: "Mark H. Harris" <harrismh777@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 15:46:51 -0500
  • Message-id: <200606141546.52229.harrismh777@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Tuesday 13 June 2006 12:04, Mike Adolf wrote:
> blah blah blah
hi Mike, the way to test connections with a live mail-list *without* ruffling
everyones neatly pinned feathers is to send a real SuSE question to the list
like, "When is 10.2 going to be ready for download"? Then, place a unique
searchable keyword in the header like>> A37suse10_1_wasnt_so_hot... then,
wait and see if you're test message hits the server... :-)) You'll be
able for search for it in your mail list, nobody will complain (except the
ones who feel that 10.1 dig) and you might even get some useful info out of
it.
Another way to test the mail list is to add to the community in the area of
SuSE support (anything) and post it to the mail list as though it were a real
message... that way you'll get to test the mail server and everyone else will
get something out of it too.
Honestly.
(some peoples kids)


Oh, and by-the-by,

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Kind regards,

Mark H. Harris <><
harrismh777@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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