[Mailman-Users] message archiving problem

Rick Pasotto rick at niof.net
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On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 07:47:21PM -0700, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> What Mailman version is this?

Sorry. I should have specified before. I'm running debian 2.1.9.

> Can you provide a sample message that will illustrate the problem when
> posted to a list?


If you'll go to http://qctm.org/pipermail/qctm/2007-March/thread.html
you'll see the three pieces.

"Only one thing can conquer war - that attitude of mind which can see
 nothing in war but destruction and annihilation" -- Ludwig von Mises
    Rick Pasotto    rick at niof.net    http://www.niof.net
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The audio files for this week's meeting are:

Here's what happened at this week's meeting of Queen City Toastmasters:

         Toastmaster: Phil Neufeld   
 Table Topics Master: Robyn Benjamin 
Table Topics Speaker:*Peter Bolton   Underage partying next door
Table Topics Speaker: Steve Murphy   Annoying neighborhood light
Table Topics Speaker: Phil Neufeld   Neighbor violates HOA covenant
Table Topics Speaker: Roger Pierce   Neighbor's son damages you lawn
             Speaker: Rick Pasotto   An Irreplaceable Spark
             Speaker:*Guest Speaker  Fear
    Master Evaluator: Roger Pierce   
   Speaker Evaluator:*Peter Bolton   (Scott Teeters)
   Speaker Evaluator: Steve Murphy   (Rick Pasotto)
          Grammarian: Peter Bolton   (resplendent)
               Timer: Roger Pierce   


  resplendent adj
       1: having great beauty and splendor; "a glorious spring
          morning"; "a glorious sunset"; "splendid costumes"; "a
          kind of splendiferous native simplicity" [syn: {glorious},
           {splendid}, {splendiferous}]
       2: richly and brilliantly colorful [syn: {flamboyant}, {unrestrained}]

>From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 [moby-thes]:

  47 Moby Thesaurus words for "resplendent":
     beaming, bedazzling, blazing, blinding, blooming, bright,
     bright and shining, brilliant, charismatic, dazzling, devastating,
     divine, effulgent, flamboyant, flaming, fulgent, fulgid, garish,
     glamorous, glaring, glary, glorious, glowing, gorgeous, heavenly,
     illustrious, killing, lustrous, magic, magnificent, numinous,
     proud, radiant, raving, ravishing, refulgent, shining, sparkling,
     splendent, splendid, splendiferous, splendorous, splendrous,
     stunning, sublime, superb, vivid


And here's who's currently scheduled for next week (Mar 13, 2007):

Please email Alex Klaus at vpe at qctm.org with any necessary changes or
to get your name added to the schedule.

         Toastmaster: Steve Murphy   
 Table Topics Master: Roger Pierce   
             Speaker: Peter Bolton   
    Master Evaluator: Rick Pasotto   
   Speaker Evaluator: Phil Neufeld   
          Grammarian: Robyn Benjamin 

Hope to see everyone next Tuesday evening, Greystone Restaurant,
3039 South Blvd, for another stimulating meeting of QCTM!
Please arrive at 6:00pm to order your meal.
The meeting starts promptly at 6:30pm.

"What is morality or ethics? It is a code of values to guide man's
 choices and actions -- the choices and actions that determine the
 purpose and the course of his life. Ethics, as a science, deals
 with discovering and defining such a code."
	-- Ayn Rand, "The Objectivist Ethics"
    Rick Pasotto    rick at niof.net    http://www.niof.net

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