Tomi: I wonder if this is related to my experience sending email to you when
I copy the list. Every such message (three so far) has been permanently
bounced by comcast.net because it says your mailbox is over its size limit.
I'll bet that the sourceforge lists are also getting occasional
If your mailbox is at or over its limit, you need to be careful, because
mailman-run lists (such as sourceforge's) will automatically stop sending
you mail altogether if there are enough bounces.
I apologize for copy the list on this, but if it bounces, maybe you'll see
this in the archives.
David Hancock | dhancock@... | 410-266-4384
From: io219@... [mailto:io219@...]
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 12:47 PM
To: Webware discuss
Subject: [Webware-discuss] Sourceforge lists
Well, all sourceforge lists I subscribe to are not only terribly slow in
rebroadcasting, but I see now from the archives they have no qualms with
just plain missing messages. This is a reply to one such message I did not
receive locally but can see on the archives page.
All non-sourceforge lists I subscribe to do not exhibit this behaviour.
I also suspect there is a difference in handling mail to regular list
subscribers and non-regular list subscribers such as owner/admin.
I would think my mail account is messed up, but this only happens on
sourceforge lists, 3 out of the 12 lists I subscribe to. I've also
experienced similarly annoying problems with other sourceforge features,
so I do not exactly believe the problem is on my end.
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