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Re: Posts don't show on list

On Fri 22 Apr 2016 at 15:22:11 (-0700), Gary Roach wrote:
> On 04/22/2016 06:02 AM, Mimiko wrote:
> >On 22.04.2016 09:46, Tixy wrote:
> >>It's because you use gmail and that has a 'feature' which you can't turn
> >>off that deliberately hides your own messages.
> >
> >On 22.04.2016 09:55, Brad Rogers wrote:
> >> Like I said to Michael; gmail.
> >>
> >> I find it surprising, to say the least, that, even after all this time,
> >> some people still do not know that gmail does not return list posts to
> >> the writer.
> >
> >I know about this. Its just a minor annoyance. I could just enter
> >lists site and see if it is there or not. I don't send a duplicate
> >if message is on list.
> >
> >On 22.04.2016 11:59, Gene Heskett wrote:
> >> What you Mimiko, should be doing is using your own ISP's mail server,
> >> which on this mailing list I am, by setting up your own email agent.
> >> There are quite a few available for linux.
> >
> >I don't want to use my ISP's mail account. Its limited. It can be
> >blocked. I can switch to another ISP.
> >
> >I could setup a mail server, but why should I bother to set it up
> >on my linux-like router, or on my windows desktop...
> >
> >
> >This google's "functionality" is a minor problem.
> >
> I'm glad you thing this is a minor problem. Just put out a critical
> question, get no answer and not know whether its due to the message
> not getting through or just no interest. It drives me nuts. Things
> are inconsistent as well. When I posted this thread my original
> message was posted. Since then I tried to as a question requiring
> the inclusion of a screen shot. I put the screen shot as an
> attachment. The message just disappeared never to be heard from
> again. Very annoying .

Do you not have web access? You can check there.


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