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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject Mailing List Subscription Attempts
Date Thu, 20 Oct 2011 00:51:26 GMT
John, let us know here if you still have trouble subscribing to ooo-users.

I notice that the ooo-users list, and the one for Japanese, seem to have 
stronger e-mail filtering so that even subscription requests can be bounced 
and not even seen by a moderator to accept or reject what the robot finds 

That may require adjustment.

 - Dennis

PS: My use of digital signatures when posting here solves an indirect problem. 
I can type normally and the signature process will make hard line-wraps to my 
text.  So I can still do my composing with full text flow working.  (It won't 
change my top-posting, though.)

-----Original Message-----
From: John Boyle []
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 16:06
Subject: Re: [Proposal] Shutting down legacy OOo mailing lists

On 10/19/2011 2:04 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
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> John,
> The list is proposed to be the replacement 
> for
> users@OO.o and discuss@OO.o.  You can subscribe to ooo-users@ by sending an
> e-mail from the e-mail address you want to be subscribed from to
> .  If that succeeds, you will 
> receive
> a response from the list robot, that 
> tells
> you what to do next to confirm your subscription.
> I see that you were having trouble subscribing to ooo-users at the beginning
> of September.  Is that still not working for you?
>   - Dennis
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Boyle []
> Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 13:33
> To:
> Subject: Re: [SPAM] Re: [Proposal] Shutting down legacy OOo mailing lists
[ ... ]
> To Rob Weir, et al: I now have the wiki page bookmarked , but as of yet
> I had no idea where to look to see what the recommended new user lists
> or otherwise will be. I do not have any programming skills, I am
> basically just a user of the product. I just happen to think if you're
> going to do this combining And translating, that a list should be made
> of the proposed new lists.I did not know there were 303 lists associated
> with OOo! That is a surprise to me. I am mostly interested in keeping
> some kind of users list active, so that I can learn more of how to use
> the product. I got on the ooo-dev. list mostly by accident, as I wasn't
> clear on how to just get on the new users list. I have stayed on this
> list, as this way I learned what you are planning to do with the whole
> program and it has been very interesting, although I have had to delete
> some because it was beyond me and what I could do. So, can you give me
> an idea of what the new lists will be called and how soon will we be
> forced to change?:-)
To Dennis: Yes, but following the instructions from the message just
before this one, I am trying again!:-)

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