Re: [OT: of interest only to new Gmail users] Re: test message
On Mon January 8 2007 08:42, Kamaraju Kusumanchi wrote:
> On Sunday 07 January 2007 04:27, Andrei Popescu wrote:
> > I think this gmail quirk should go to Raju's FAQ:
> > Q: I posted from my gmail account, but I don't receive my own posts.
> > But I receive other posts and even answers to my own posts.
> > A: gmail will discard your own posts because they consider them to be a
> > duplicate of the sent message (which is stored in the sent folder). The
> > only way around this (if you still want to receive your mail through
> > gmail) is to use a different server for sending, ex. your own ISP's
> > smarthost. Just take care when configuring your mail client so that the
> > correct address appears.
> Sounds like an expensive solution to me. Is there no other simple hack?
> The main advantage of gmail or any web based program is that the user will
> be able to access the email from anywhere on earth (as long as he has
> internet connection). If he has to use some other SMTP server, then it
> beats the purpose doesnt it?
> Anyway, if no better solution comes up, then I will add this as suggested.
This is the solution that I used when I used gmail. Apart from that maybe fcc
or cc would work for you?