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r.c.franklin at reading.ac.uk
Mon Feb 9 01:48:51 CET 2004
On Mon, 8 Feb 2004, Jon Carnes wrote:
> Maybe I'll delete this email before I send it - Maybe not. ...
To end this [hopefully!] I sent David a [fairly long] reply with more
information in, along with an explanation of the Y/N lines (in that
'they're an optimisation and don't have anything to do with whether the
message has been delivered or not'). I also suggested he use some of the
Exim logs and command line options to get the answers he desired (rather
than poking around in internal [albeit documented] files).
I also hate the kind of answers I sent David originally, but [as a few
people have pointed out], it was an Exim question on the Mailman list and
I think he's looking in the wrong place for the information he's after,
Also note that my original answer was wrong - the list is the addresses to
whom the messages HAVE been delivered and not have not! [The dangers of
skimming a big page of documentation when half asleep after a day of
If there's any more on this - fire away. I'm only replying so I can avoid
doing my Japanese homework [what was a page of useful notes last week has
turned into a page of nonsense tonight... erm... this morning]! Is that a
'ha' or a 'wa'...?
Bob Franklin <r.c.franklin at reading.ac.uk> +44 (0)118 378 7147
Systems and Communications, IT Services, The University of Reading, UK
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