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From "Philip Schlesinger (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (INFRA-1708) Not receiving list of mailing list subjects from EZMLM
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2008 00:09:44 GMT
Not receiving list of mailing list subjects from EZMLM
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                 Key: INFRA-1708
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-1708
             Project: Infrastructure
          Issue Type: Improvement
      Security Level: public (Regular issues)
          Components: Mailing Lists
         Environment: At minimum, myfaces-users-digest; probably all the other digests too.
 Zimbra 5 AJAX client
            Reporter: Philip Schlesinger


myfaces-users-digest-owner recommended I contact infrastructure, and this seems to be the
best way to do it.

Here's the situation: 

I just signed up for the MyFaces users-digest list.

On other email digests (such as kde-extra-gear and workrave-users), Zimbra's email client
shows a list of email subjects in every digest - either as the opening text of the email body,
or listed as the name of each attachment

myfaces-users-digest does not generate either of those digest subject lists in the emails
that I receive; instead I see a list of attachments with non-descriptive names.  For instance,
today's list: "users_50800.ezm", "users_50802.ezm", etc.

A similar situation occurs with the netbeans-users-digest list.  I contacted that list's owner
and he told me that the problem is EZMLM.  Perhaps it's a configuration issue?  Or an unapplied
update?

I ask that you please do whatever it takes to get EZMLM to display subjects in the digest
emails - either each attachment has the subject, or a list of subjects is provided in the
main email's text section.

Thank you,

Phil

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