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Re: [kde] Kmail-1.13.5 "Reply to mailing list" is using old list addy and its been moved




On Saturday 01 March 2014 21:53:05 Thomas Tanghus did opine:

> On Saturday 01 March 2014 00:43 Gene Heskett wrote:
> > On Saturday 01 March 2014 00:32:46 Thomas Tanghus did opine:
> > > On Friday 28 February 2014 21:31 Gene Heskett wrote:
> > > > So the question is where, in a running kmail, do I reconfigure
> > > > this behavior?
> > > > 
> > > > And I am aware that this message probably belongs to the kde-pim
> > > > list, but the noise level from the robot has become intolerable
> > > > to the user. 1500+ msgs in the last 2 days, I unsubbed.
> > > 
> > > You should use the kdepim-users list for questions like this.
> > > kde-pim is the developers list that also gets review requests etc.
> > > 
> > > https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kdepim-users
> > 
> > wait a sec, you said kdepim-users, not kde-pim, my mistake. I have
> > subscribed to that several times over the years, since the kmail list
> > went away, but no matter how many times I subscribed, I couldn't
> > post, and eventually got a reject message because I was not
> > subscribed.  So I would subscribe again. Obviously I gave up, 2 maybe
> > 3 years ago.
> > 
> > Not too impressive to someone who has been using kde since the 1.0
> > days, what, 1998? Since before everyone was worried sick over the
> > "y2k" non- problem.
> > 
> > Does that server have a reputation for amnesia?  Or did it in years
> > past?
> 
> I've been subscribed to kdepim-users, well since it started without any
> problems, and I'm a pre-1.0 KDE user in case that should at all matter
> ;)
> 
> > Cheers, Gene

I have not received a msg from that list in 2+ years, so I, according to 
FF, thinks I am still subscribed, so I will cross post one test message, 
this one, just to see if it comes back, and gets sorted to the now empty 
kdepim-user folder I have just setup.  However, when I attempted to visit 
the subscriber list, using my usual username and password,  
authentification failure, so I guess I am unsubbed.  But it knows me, so 
therefore does not present me with the subscribe option.

So, as usual, the server seems to be its usual AFU.  But this is nuts, I 
used the back button to back out of the auth failure screen, and now is is 
giving me a subscribe option. subscribe message sent. Confirmation msg 
rx'd, and replied to.  Welcome msg received.  Now we see if it works, or I 
get a bounce

Cheers, Gene
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