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Re: Posts don't show on list

On Saturday 30 April 2016 13:10:56 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Saturday 30 April 2016 02:39:38 Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > On Saturday 30 April 2016 00:53:47 Gene Heskett wrote:
> > > With
> > > gmail, the only practical way to do that is to subscribe using two
> > > different names, and always send to only one, but you will then get
> > > the list echo back on the 2nd account.  Its a PITA with gmail, but
> > > its the only way I know of to get around their duplicate deletion.
> >
> > Nonsense.  That is a most impractical way of dealing with it.  I deal
> > with it by sending via my ISP's smtp server.
> I do too. But the list echo never comes back TO THAT ADDRESS@SERVER.  So
> you must maintain the sub to the other address or on a 2nd server.  Most
> just turn off delivery back to the server they post thru.  Mailfilters
> duplicate nuking doesn't prevent the duplicates in the two server or 2
> addresses situation, each with the same message coming back in, which
> may, or more likely is not the case during that invocation.  I've has as
> much as a 16 hour difference in incoming duplicates doing that.  The
> best solution was to stop using gmail.  And its like an Excedrin
> headache in that you've just removed the need for the headache powders.
> So I miss it like I'd miss a broken leg, or a poke in the eye with a
> sharp stick. :)
> > No hassle and works
> > fine.  Others may have other simple ways of dealing with it.
> For you maybe, but gmail has always been a broken solution in search of a
> problem to me.  So it was just a shrug when they started denying my
> fetchmail access to port 995 a year ago.  Problem solved by 6 #
> characters in the .fetchmailrc file.

Your life always seems so unnecessarily complicated, Gene. :-/

Why HAVE two addresses????


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