Maybe somebody can check which email address is subscribed to squirrelmail
users list. mairhtin at techsolutionsgroupllc.com or irishboy at
Imadethis.com. User has problems posting to list.
If you have urgent questions, you can also use IRC.
--------------------------- Original message ---------------------------
Subject: Re: Could you assist me with Squirrelmail list registration?
From: "Mairhtin O'Feannag" <mairhtin@...>
Date: 2003 Gruodis 10, 1:45, Tre
To: "Tomas Kuliavas" <tokul@...>
Entering my information (mairhtin@...) gives me the
following information :
squirrelmail-users Configuration for mairhtin at techsolutionsgroupllc.com
mairhtin at techsolutionsgroupllc.com's subscription status, password, and
options for the squirrelmail-users mailing list.
YET, When I post to the list I am told I am not a user of the list. This
is what is MADDENING. I'm told that I AM and AM NOT a member of the
This is conatractory information. Please can you have the administer of
the list check this out?
PLEASE? I have urgent questions regarding an upgrade.
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 20:50:32 +0200 (EET), Tomas Kuliavas wrote:
>Take a look at the headers of two identical emails from mailing list. If
>they go to different addresses, you should see it in headers.
>If you want to remove one of the addresses from mailing list, go to
>http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/squirrelmail-users or other
>SquirrelMail's mailing list management pages.
>Put your email into the box below "Current Subscribers to
>squirrelmail-users" and hit "Edit Options". Enter password below
>"Unsubscribing from squirrelmail-users" and hit "Unsubscribe". >
>If you don't remember your password, use "Email My Password To Me" button. >
>When you remove your address from mailing list, SourceForce mailman
>software will ask you to confirm your actions by sending you email with
>some confirmation ID. You just need to reply to that email and keep line
>with "confirm some-number".
>When you want to subscribe and post to the list, use same URL to
subscribe >to list, confirm your subscription and wait for Sourceforge's
"Welcome to >some mailing list" message before you post to the list. If
you use some >forwarding email address, make sure that your forwarder is
>If you want to be sure that your email server doesn't have problems with
>sourceforge - use some rbl check tool to check your server's IP address.
>For example. http://www.declude.com/JunkMail/Support/ip4r.htm
>When you post to the list, use email that you've used to subscribe. >
>Sometimes Sourceforge mailing list are slow. Check SF status
>trackers (http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=1) for recent mailing
>list related issues, if you suspect that mailing lists are slow. >
>> I am writing to you, since you seem to have some knowlege of the >>
sourceforge aspect of this mailing list.
>> I am having great problems with registering/receiving list traffic. I
>> have registered mairhtin@...
>> on more than one occasion (when it seems that things did not >>
"take"), via the sourceforge mailing list page for >> squirrelmail.
Every time I do this, the process appears to complete, but >> any posts
I make to the list are rejected as
>> being from a non-member.
>> Then, suddenly, I was receiving double-entries from the list. Like I
was >> registered twice. (I used to have an address,
>> irishboy@..., but that address just forwards to >>
mairhtin@...). I suspect that for a >> while, I
was getting both addresses' traffic.
>> How do I correct this? I have some very pertinent questions regarding
>> upgrading from 1.2 to 1.4 that I would like to ask.
>> Thanks in advance for any assistance.
>> Mairhtin O'Feannag
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