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From Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org>
Subject Re: GMail + Community@a.o == problem
Date Wed, 27 May 2009 17:55:27 GMT
Luciano Resende wrote:
> On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Santiago Gala <santiago.gala@gmail.com> wrote:
>> El mar, 26-05-2009 a las 23:10 +0800, Niclas Hedhman escribió:
>>> Gang,
>>> not sure if this is the right list or not.
>>>
>>> When I became Committer some years ago, I was told that I had to
>>> subscribe to community@a.o with my niclas@apache.org email address.
>>>
>>> Now, recently, when I have started to use GMail as my primary mail
>>> client, this poses a problem. The Apache Mailing List handler (ezmlm,
>>> I guess) insist that mail coming from GMail accounts are
>>> hedhman@gmail.com, even the GMail is set up to support the
>>> niclas@apache.org mail address. It seems it checks either Return-Path
>>> or Sender headers instead of FROM, and GMail sets the previous two to
>>> hedhman@gmail.com.
>>> On many lists, I have gotten complaints from moderators, which
>>> eventually allow my posts through, BUT community@a.o is set up without
>>> moderation and instead bounce the message.
>>>
>>> Hence, I can't post to community@apache.org. And I can imagine this
>>> being an awfully common situation among committers, and irritations
>>> from moderators. Is it something that could be (or is) looked into??
>>>
>> I'm in exactly the same situation. I commented about it a couple years n
>> IRC and members, IIRC. Without any change.
>>
> 
> A workaround would be to subscribe your gmail account directly.

Or ask a moderator to add it to the allow list.

Mark



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