[Listwork] [Fwd: Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender]
anap at indymedia.org
Tue Aug 17 13:37:28 PDT 2004
i do not know mailman unless as a normal admin... but i can help with
content, so here is my proposal for friendly text to send to frustrated
the list to which you are writing has been supressed due to lack of use.
if your query has to do with the middle column of the page
www.indymedia.org, please email www-features at lists.indymedia.org
indicating the title of the article you want to talk about.
If it is not, could you please note the region of the world to which it
belongs? Then look up in
http://lists.indymedia.org and do a search (menu - edit - search in most
bowsers) for that region and write to the appropriate list.
If all this fails, you can email imc-process at lists.indymedia.org, where
in theory there is a liaison off all indymedias, and they will be able
to answer your mail.
thanks for your intrerst!
the wording and the alternative lists are only proposals, of course; and
once every one agrees i can translate it into spanish.
>Quoting Alster <alster at indymedia.org>:
>>Is this the common error message people receive when a list does not /
>>no longer exist? Would be nice if it could be a little bit more user
>i think someone with python/mailman knowledge could patch mailman to make it
>return a nice polite message saying that either the list doens't exist or
>or that it was removed.
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>Armies, students, and some societies are programmed."
> --Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with Julie Sussman, "Structure
>and Interpretation of Computer Programs"
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