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Re: For some reason, I am not getting fedora-list emails.

Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
>>> I think I will go back to the mailing list to ensure that they did not
>>> change my settings.
>> I doubt it changed your settings behind your back.  It's more likely
>> that your email provider has a filtering problem.
>> Matt Flaschen
> I don't have an email provider!  I am the administrator of my own
> email server
> and I can see *all* email traffic that comes in.  All of my other
> redhat mailing
> list are coming in fine, just not fedora-list.
I'm sorry to burst your bubble.....

[egreshko misty ~]$ host -t mx cdkkt.com
cdkkt.com mail is handled by 10 mail1.cdkkt.com.
cdkkt.com mail is handled by 20 mail2.cdkkt.com.

This means that mail first goes to one of those servers *before* getting
to your server!

> I noticed that I was not able to get into my fedora-list configuration
> tool, and
> had to enter in as a new user, reconfigure my new settings, although
> my other
> mailing list were ok (as I was receiving fedora-devel-list emails),
> just not
> fedora-list.  Something changed obviously, "behind my back", but I do not
> think it would be intentional by the redhat folks. ;)
> I will wait and see what happens in the next few days to see if the
> fedora-list
> comes streaming in or not.
> Thanks!
> Dan

It is possible to become intoxicated with rebellion for rebellion's
sake. -- DOMINIC VERNIUS, Ecaz Memoirs Mei-Mei Greshko greshko com

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