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From Demetris G <demet...@ece.neu.edu>
Subject Re: Emailing
Date Mon, 13 Aug 2007 05:39:46 GMT

Hey Keith,

    but that is what I was asking - in JXTA mailing lists the user do 
not have to add that
prefix in their title - the outgoing mail server takes care of that 
automatically. Does the
Axis2 ir any axis list do that ? I see some emails in the list having 
that and some don't.

Thanks

keith chapman wrote:
> This mailing lists are used both for AXIS discussions and AXIS@ 
> discussions. Hence if the question is regarding Axis2 its better to 
> use the [AXIS2] prefix in the subject. This is the reason for some 
> mails having the prefix.
>
> Thanks,
> Keith.
>
> On 8/13/07, *Demetris G* <demetris@ece.neu.edu 
> <mailto:demetris@ece.neu.edu>> wrote:
>
>
>     Sometimes asking a question on the list but not getting back an answer
>     makes me think that either I have asked an amazingly advanced question
>     and have baffled the world ( I DOUBT IT !) or a naive one that
>     makes me
>     think twice next time I do so. But this cannot be that bad - should I
>     believe
>     that no one is taking care of this mailing list? Or is she/he on
>     vacation
>     at a sunny resort while we are pounding away on code? ;) (hey good
>     for
>     them)
>     So once again - to the sys admin of this list - can you let us know if
>     there
>     is a remedy to the situation below ?
>
>     Many more thanks this time around and cheers
>
>     Demetris G wrote:
>     >
>     > Just a question outside the Axis content -
>     >
>     > I get emails from various lists and most of them mark their
>     title with
>     > the mailing list name - [jxta], [owl-s] etc. I noticed that Axis
>     mailing
>     > lists sometimes have this sometimes they don't - I get emails
>     that have
>     > all the signs of spam / malicious and they turn out to be
>     someone asking
>     > for help about a bug (and trust me, the titles some of you choose to
>     > describe your problem crack me up as they are all but friendly ;) )
>     >
>     > So - is there something that the Axis mailing administrators can
>     do to
>     > help with this one so that we can configure our spam filters to
>     help us
>     > a bit more with filtering out garbage ?
>     >
>     > Much appreciated.
>     >
>     >
>
>     >
>
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> Keith Chapman
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