Re: List as a newsgroup
I'M NOT MEMER OF YOUR MAILING LISTS. MY MAIL IS : PONIK@POBOX.SK
(PONIK@PROVER.SK IS ONLY FORWARD FROM PONIK@POBOX.SK).
WHY THIS MAILS COME TO ME?
EVERY DAY COME TO ME 200 MAILS FROM YOUR MAILING LISTS.
CAN YOU DO SOMETHING WITH IT?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: List as a newsgroup
> In linux.debian.user, you wrote:
> > On Mon, 3 Jun 2002 11:30:15 +0100, Dougie Nisbet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> I've just discovered I can get this list as a newsgroup. I tried this
> >> year ago when I first started using Debian, but it didn't work, so
> >> I've been getting it as a mailing list.
> >> Has it always been like this, or is this a recent thing. I'm not
> >> wonder whether my ISP didn't provide the group, and I mistakenly
> >> was only available as a mailing list.
> > I'm reading this list and a couple of others via news.gmane.org. Works
> > well, but I've never tried to post, so let's see if this gets there.
> > --
> > Juha Siltala
> I read it as a newsgroup too, and if I find a post that has the
> message at the bottom, I know it has come through the email list. I then
> try to remember to send it to email@example.com so that it will
> go through the list and on to the newsgroup so that the person who posted
> will see it there. I'm not sure if all the messages go from the list to
> newsgroup or if any of the newsgroup messages go to the list. That's why
> send my reply to the list if that is where they originated. That is what
> am doing with this one.
> I am not a member of the list, but this still seems to work.
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