[Mailman-Users] Looking for lists with no members. Repopulstinglists. was: Resetting bounce scores globally
Steven.Jones at vuw.ac.nz
Fri Aug 19 04:25:40 CEST 2011
"But you still haven't said if you still have a problem with
reset_bounce or what the resolution was. "
I had read this from googling but I didnt understand what it actually meant and the stuff I found was 2007 etc and seemed to conflict with newer....hadnt sussed it out.
Ive had several level1s this morning so ive not progressed this as yet, however only one list has complained and another one lost its members so i had to fix that first the rest seem OK....but I need to do a health check somehow.......
Moving lists, yes I followed how to move a list, took your docs and made it "almost me proof" but didnt take on / notice the components and what they do....
Coding for me is like looking at say french, I dont understand a word of it...its a blind spot of mine....in some ways that's good as I'd be asked to code all day if I could....and I hate doing it.
From: Mark Sapiro [mark at msapiro.net]
Sent: Friday, 19 August 2011 1:18 p.m.
To: Steven Jones; mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Looking for lists with no members. Repopulstinglists. was: Resetting bounce scores globally
Steven Jones wrote:
>Because its related to the same event....
But you still haven't said if you still have a problem with
reset_bounce or what the resolution was.
>"config.pck", because I didnt know that......
Sorry. The process of moving lists between servers has been discussed
many times on this list and in the FAQ. I assumed you might have seen
some of that.
>I think sometimes developers/coders dont realise lesser mortals cant code to their standards, and in my case virtually not at all...
I'm sure that sometimes that's true of me, but if you look at my posts
in the archives of this list, I think you'll find that I usually bend
over backwords to explain things patiently, clearly and understandably.
Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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