[discuss] configuration of the maillist server from 1net.org

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Fri May 23 06:18:19 UTC 2014

Hello Willi,

The "avoid duplicates" does not work that way. It works if you are
subscribed to many lists on the same mailman server and then there is a
cross posting across the lists. Mailman then makes sure you get to receive
the mail once instead of many times.(if set to yes)


sent from Google nexus 4
kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 23 May 2014 01:49, "willi uebelherr" <willi.uebelherr at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Seun,
> The option:
> Receive your own posts to the list?
> With "YES" you can decide, that the maillistserver have to send your mail,
> that you send to the list. With "NO" you decide, that you want no copy of
> your own mail from the listserver.
> The option:
> Avoid duplicate copies of messages?
> With "NO" you can decide, that the listserver send a mail to you
> independent of your address is in TO or CC. With "YES" the listserver don't
> send the mail to you, if your address is in TO or CC. With BCC the server
> don't see your address.
> This options gives the user the possibility to define some aspects of the
> working principle of the listserver. But in the listserver admin
> configuration from www.1net.org there is a general server option, i think
> so, to overwrite the user specification. And this only the admin group know
> it.
> But this people don't answer to my question. Therefore i send this
> question to the list.
> many thanks and greetings, willi
> Jinotepe, Nicaragua
> Am 22/05/2014 15:19, schrieb Seun Ojedeji:
>> Hello Willi,
>> Maybe i don't get your need; When you send a mail to the list, do you want
>> a copy sent to you? OR do you want people to receive your mail and have
>> option to reply to you or the list?
>> The former you can achieve, the latter is the current behaviour of this
>> list and you can't change it as its for list admin to set that globally.
>> (Although a possible work around could be to always include a reply to
>> filled when sending a message?)
>> Regards
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