Re: How to read posts on a browser (how to check if a post I sent got to the list)
- Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2018 16:58:27 -0400
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: How to read posts on a browser (how to check if a post I sent got to the list)
On Thursday 25 October 2018 15:57:32 rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> I usually read mail list posts in kmail, but they never show the posts
> that I made (except in the sent mail folder).
> I want to see if a post I sent made it to the list.
> I tried going to:
> debian-user Oct 2018 by thread
> But it says (and has said for at least several minutes):
> The last update was on 19:40 GMT Thu Oct 25. There are 859 messages.
> Page 2 of 2.
> I think that is about 4 hours behind the current time.
> So it is not updating in "real time".
> Is there another place to read posts on a browser in closer to real
A different way around that prickly mulberry tree that gmail is, is to
subscribe using 2 different names, then post exclusively to one name,
and accept for reading, the other name. The problem is its a cast iron
bitch to remember to do the posting only via the first name subbed. The
echo coming back from a mailing list is seen as a duplicate by gmail and
Kmail 1.9 can do that theoretically if you set the sending account with a
sticky bit, but that gets blown away entirely too easily.
So trust but verify before you hit send, or clean house until you only
have one send profile.
I had a long talk with the google folks about that several years ago and
found it was not even open for discussion. Some time later they decided
my tls was not up to their specs, and I have now been using my isp's
mail server since. I can't say as I miss gmail a bit. Life at 84 is
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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