[Mailman-Users] Autoresponder only once per address?
Oliver.Egginger at dvz.fh-giessen.de
Fri May 16 14:03:47 CEST 2003
# autoresponse_graceperiod = 90
But if I change the response message?
People don't will get the new message immediately.
Excepting I set autoresponse_graceperiod to zero.
But I think this isn't a big problem in practice.
Am Fre, 2003-05-16 um 13.44 schrieb Nils Vogels:
> On Fri, May 16, 2003 at 01:23:01PM +0200, Oliver Egginger (OE) wrote:
> OE> Hello again,
> OE> when I switch on the autoresponder, any sender address gets only
> OE> one message from the autoresponder namely for the first post.
> OE> So it is a "First-Post-Only-Autoresponder"
> OE> :-)
> OE> I was wondering whether this is some kind of magic?
> OE> But then I did a find in files for the corresponding addresses
> OE> and saw them spooking in "config.pck".
> It's a feature, I'd guess ... to be more precise, this one:
> # Number of days between auto-responses to either the mailing list or
> # -request/-owner address from the same poster. Set to zero (or
> # negative) for no grace period (i.e. auto-respond to every message).
> autoresponse_graceperiod = 90
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