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Re: backports.org moved to backports.debian.org

On 2010-09-06 Alexander Wirt <formorer@debian.org> wrote:
> Andreas Metzler schrieb am Monday, den 06. September 2010:

>> Is it possible that due to this change I ended up being
>> suscribed to both debian-backports@lists.debian.org and
>> debian-backports-changes@lists.debian.org? I did not subscribe, and
>> the timing is very suspicious.

>> I would not completely rule out the possibility that I was subscribed
>> to backports-users@lists.backports.org with disabled delivery (to get
>> around the moderation, which might explain how ended with this
>> subscription. (Import of subscriber list in a system that does not
>> understand subscribers without delivery), but -changes leaves me
>> mystified.

> I (as listmaster and backports ftpmaster) imported the old
> subscriberlists into lists.d.o. You were listed with the following
> subscriptions: 

> backports-changes.list:ametzler@debian.org
> backports-users.list:ametzler@downhill.at.eu.org

Thank you for clearing this up, verifying the diagnosis that I went
from a subscription with delivery disabled to a new subscription on a
different list that does not know about disabled delivery.

> > I have successfully unsubscribed from -users, but am still wondering
> > how I stop -changes, smartlist is telling me I am not subscribed
> > there and fails to unsubscribe me.
> Maybe you used the wrong sender for -changes. Since you are still subscribed
> to the list I created an unsubscription cookie for you. Please follow the
> instructions in it to unsubscribe. 

I did so and succeed, Thanks. The strange thing is that envelope from
of my copy was
instead of
which is why tried to unsubscribe the downhill address.
thanks, cu andreas
`What a good friend you are to him, Dr. Maturin. His other friends are
so grateful to you.'
`I sew his ears on from time to time, sure'

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