SOLVED (Was: Re: need help: some words is not easy to understand in /Bugs/server-request)
Brian <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tue 14 Aug 2018 at 15:34:06 +0900, Byung-Hee HWANG (황병희, 黃炳熙) wrote:
>> Hellow, i'm translating to Korean /Bugs section -- WWW. Though i try 3
>> times for reading again again, i don't understand what means. See below:
>> #+BEGIN_SRC: text from /Bugs/server-request
>> The Subject of the message is ignored, except for generating the Subject
>> of the reply.
>> Help me, please...
> It needs to be understood in the context of the whole of the first
> The body of the mail contains the commands to firstname.lastname@example.org.
> This is the important aspect; the process will not work without its
> being done.
> The subject of the mail has no importance and email@example.com
> will completely ignore it. So you can put anything in the subject line,
> such as "Send for bugnumber" (or even leave it blank). The reply will
> have "Re: Send for bugnumber". That might be useful to the sender.
Thanks for explanation for background reason, indeed...
> IMO, the sentence could simply be rewritten to "The Subject of the
> message is ignored." without loss of essential meaning.
So i now solved problem, thanks Brian^^^
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