> -----Original Message----- > From: Dan Wilder [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 3:26 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: fwd: Re: IS this list alive? > > > > Rich Puhek <firstname.lastname@example.org> utters: > > > > Seems to be... still pretty quiet, though. I'm guessing > that most people > > haven't noticed the move to apache. > > It got lost in the clutter of my inbox and I wasn't aware that > the move was final until somebody emailed me off-list in response > to a posting. I do remember seeing some discussion about it. > > Perhaps if the old list is still working, a couple of > brief and to-the-point "Move Now" posts? > > > I did have to make two attempts to join the list, though. > Never got a > > reply from the first request... perhaps the mailer program > is really > > picky about commands... > > Worked first time for me. >
Ditto mine worked the first time. I don't think people have realised the move yet. Also, can we get the [SATALK] tag back? My filtering is fubar now :(
> > > Ditto mine worked the first time. I don't think people have realised the > move yet. Also, can we get the [SATALK] tag back? My filtering is fubar now > :( > > --Chris Santerre
Not sure why my first attempt failed. Might have typoed the "subscribe" command, but usually that would throw an error. Oh well.
Most people probably did the same thing I did... kind of spaced on the spamassassin list when it got pokey in the last few days. Also, the discussion about moving was going back and forth, so it didn't stand out.
As for filtering, for promail people:
:0: #New home for SA list * ^list-post: <mailto:email@example.com> .spamassassin-ml/
...works. Note that the "inclubator" part is going to disappear eventually, so you might as well do one with "@apache.org" as well. If you're filtering at your MUA, you could try creating a custom header to filter on.