New bug closing feature in dinstall causing problems
On Fri, Jun 18, 1999 at 06:54:17PM -0000, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
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I did not specify any bugs to close (btw, how to do that?), and now
email@example.com is spamming me with four(!) mails per upload:
1. Notification about the generated message (see above)
2. Notification that there was no command to be found and hence it will send
the help messages.
> Processing commands for firstname.lastname@example.org:
> > quit
> Stopping processing here.
> No commands successfully parsed; sending the help text(s).
> Sending instructions for email@example.com in separate message.
> Sending instructions for firstname.lastname@example.org in separate message.
> Please contact me if you need assistance.
> Ian Jackson
> (administrator, Debian bugs database)
3. The help message for request@...
4. The help message for control@...
This must be turned off. Please.
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