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Tothwolf tothwolf at
Wed Feb 18 15:07:27 CST 2015

On Wed, 18 Feb 2015, Mouse wrote:

>> 4) I'd love to know how you're getting cctech traffic, since I just 
>> checked and you are most definitely not subscribed to that list. 
>> Perhaps you are referring to cctech posts that are gated to cctalk and 
>> the headers reflect that?  It's valid list traffic.
> I don't know about the OP, but I've been getting duplicates of some 
> mail.  (Curiously, according to the Delivered-To: headers, both copies 
> came through cctech, though the rest of the headers, like List-* and 
> X-BeenThere, show cctalk for one copy and cctech for the other.)
> I once, back very soon after the list loss-and-recovery, tried to unsub 
> from cctech and the automated system told me I wasn't subscribed - but, 
> IIRC, it was using the envelope-from rather than the header-From: from 
> my mail, so I'm not sure I entirely trust it.
> I just now put an example up on; see 
> /mouse/misc/classiccmp/msg-cctalk.txt and .../msg-cctech.txt for them.

I'm having the same issue. I was subscribed to cctalk only and began 
getting emails from both cctalk and cctech after the list came back 
online. It hasn't bothered me much since I just wrote a procmail rule to 
filter it. I figured it would clear up once the list configuration stuff 
got resolved.

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