Re: email addresses and the BTS
On Wed, Feb 14, 2001 at 09:46:09AM -0500, Michael Stone wrote:
> > You can change the bug submitter address of an email by sending a message to
> > firstname.lastname@example.org with this command:
> > close #####
> > reopen ###### email@example.com
> Which is, IMHO, fairly annoying also (as the maintainer gets a lot of
> garbage email about bugs being closed and reopened.) If the bug's been
> acknowleged and there's no obvious reason why further personal
> communication is necessary, just leave it alone.
OTOH, since owner@bugs gets all the bounces from invalid mail addresses, the
more useless bounces we have to parse, the higher is 1) owner@bugs'
workload 2) the chance that an important bounce will pass undetected.
 including things like "sacrificial-spam-address@..." or
"jthoodNOSPAM@...". There's a growing amount of those recently and I for one
am far from amused.
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