On 19/07/07, Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis@cosoco.de> wrote:
> Am 19.07.2007 13:27, Lübbe Onken schrieb:
> > Hi Ulf Zibis,
> > That's called customer service :)
> > Why should I? What makes you so sure that ezmlm is the culprit and not
> > 1&1?
> I'm not sure, I just estimate:
> 1.) 1&1 has much more users than TSVN mailing list
> 2.) Many people use the Thunderbird mail client, as it is suggested by
> default. That means: Set one SMTP-server as standard for all of your
> mail accounts. ... and that means, that many of the mails are proxied by
> 3rd party.
> 3.) So many mailservers as gmx, web.de, bluewin.ch, hotmail.com, ...
> receive mails from proxies. ...And because of 1.) also from 1&1, and
> there seem to be no problems.
> 4.) On other mailing lists as netbeans.org, I'm not the only user who
> has this problems with ezmlm.
> ... and last but not least, I estimate, that there are better chances
> for fixing of this problem by the ezmlm-people than by 1&1.
> As I understand right, the ezmlm program got both addresses, the normal
> and the weird. Why it tries to use the weird?
> Maybe the 1&1 people don't adhere to the standards, but nobody than the
> ezmlm program has problems with that.
> I more like to invest my time in bug-posting or/and fixing than to
> discuss who should do that. So I post everything, which is suspicious to
> me, as a possible bug, as I do with TSVN. I hope you appreciate that.
I don't think this is to do with ezmlm in particular, more the way the
mailing list is set up. Like many mailing lists, this one only accepts
unmoderated posts from list members, and the only way it has of
recognizing who is a member is by email address. So if the subscribed
address doesn't match the sender, it has to be moderated. I don't
believe there is anything ezmlm could do to change this.
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