[Bug 727602] Re: who command did not work with "who" in subject line

Mark Sapiro mark at msapiro.net
Wed Mar 2 09:10:40 CET 2011

Perhaps it is an error message bug. What response did you get?

Why do you think "who" on its own should be OK? This is only acceptable
if the roster is public. If the roster is not public, password
authentication as a member (if the roster is available to list members)
or as a list admin or moderator is required.

If the command should be "who XXXXXX address=worik.stanton at gmail.com"
then putting that in the subject will work, and putting that in the body
with no subject or at least a non-command subject will work, but putting
that in the body with just "who" in the subject should give a usage
message in response to the "who" in the subject and indicate that the
"who XXXXXX address=worik.stanton at gmail.com" in the body was

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