[Mailman-Users] Re: I'm BEGGING for help here
Paul H Byerly
paul at thcwd.com
Fri Apr 9 01:11:40 CEST 2004
Richard B wrote:
>Even a Texan would not believe that two people making an assertion
>without presenting supporting evidence makes it the truth.
My point was that it's reproducible.
>In either both of your cases do the test messages contain a
If filtering is on, then yes, the messages contain that header.
>If you want to play aggressive lawyer stuff to hostile witness then go
Pardon my aggression. I have asked this question half a dozen times
in the last year, and up until now the only responses have been private
e-mails saying "If you figure it out, tell me how to do it. My
understanding Mailman and e-mail in general is very limited compared to
many here. What I have been trying to determine is if my understanding of
how it should work is correct or not. I'd have been thrilled with a no,
but no answer at all is very frustrating.
> > Should turning filtering on, leaving both fields empty, and leaving
> > text/html conversion off give the same results as not turning
> > filtering on?
>And having text/html conversion in what state in the second case, when
>you have filter_content to Yes on?
>This is the sticking point. Provide some proof of the problem e.g.
>example data and I will try to helpf fix the problem ...
I can certainly send the stripped e-mails, but I don't see how much
good that does. If you can't trust me to accurately report how they get
through, how can you trust me to accurately report what was sent or how my
list is configured? I explained what I was doing so others could replicate
my set up - I think this would give far better data than my forwarding the
source of posts.
>...but the normal practice for the guy with the problem to do that not
I understand this is open source, and I understand that anyone who
takes time to answer it doing it out of the goodness of their heart.
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