On Tue, 4 Sep 2007, Marcus Meissner wrote:
this level of strictness and instead use decent spam
and virus filtering.
This does not help, as I see with the gphoto
That means the gphoto mailing lists don't have good filters. Those on
hardly ever let spam or viruses through.
On Tue, 4 Sep 2007, Stephan Kulow wrote:
What I consider _very_ ugly though is that these mails
are simply wasted
and not moderated or even replied full quote. Right now I have to dig in
my sent folder to resend with the correct From header.
On Tue, 4 Sep 2007, Henne Vogelsang wrote:
unfriendly a reponse like this, I usually think twice
Could you please state whats unfriendly in that response?
As Coolo pointed out, it doesn't allow me unblock or simply resend my
own message, but I first have to subscribe (where the response doesn't
tell me where) and then find my original message and resend it.
It would be nice to see the following changes:
o Include a reference to the respective mailing list page on
, so that subscription is just a link away.
(I see you're actually proposing this below. ;-)
o Describe how to subscribe using mail.
o Provide more details on the "nomail" magic.
moderation does not work, how about a simple scheme where
one has to follow a URL provided in the auto-response to unlock his
previously sent message? w3c does this very nicely, for example.
moderation? What use would that be?
Basically the original message is put into quarantine and instructions
are provided how to self-approve it. That self-approval step takes care
of bots and similar. w3c.org
really handles this nicely, for example.
True. I can modify that message. How about
"If you want to be able to post from more than one email address, you
can subscribe the other addresses to the nomail version of the list.
For more information on of the openSUSE mailinglists see
That would be great, thanks. (s/on of/on/, I assume.)
It would be nice to also provide direct instructions on how to subscribe
by e-mail, so that one doesn't have to go through the web; basically add
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