On Friday, Sep 1st 2006 at 00:04 +0100, quoth Clare Redstone:
=>Every now and then, messages posted to my mailing list don?t reach everyone.
=>Someone commented they sometimes see a message that is a reply to a message
=>from the list they hadn?t received. I?ve seen this happen too. I keep a
=>couple of addresses subscribed and every now and then check the other. This
=>evening, I found 4 messages sent this afternoon that reached my yahoo
=>account but not my home account. A later message today reached me fine. The
=>missing mails aren?t in my sp @
m folder. Someone else mentioned they hadn?t
=>had mails from the list for ages, then suddenly some recent ones reached
=>It seems an intermittent problem and worries me as it means some of us are
=>missing out. And it?s unpredictable. Has been happening a long time ? at
=>least a year.
=>I googled ?missing messages majordomo? and found one thread saying it could
=>be to do with queueing. I haven?t a clue what this is so don?t know how to
=>establish if this is the cause nor what to do about it.
=>What do you think may be happening?
=>How can I sort it out?
=>I can bet I?ll get no-where with my host provider ? anything I ask about
=>majordomo gets the answer along the lines of, ?This is a scripting problem.
=>We do not provide support for scripting.?
=>So I?d value your help with diagnosis and treatment.
Probably not a great place to say this but you should look at Majordomo2.
It's written in perl. It's a total rewrite of the old mj. I promise you'll
Time flies like the wind. Fruit flies like a banana. Stranger things have .0.
happened but none stranger than this. Does your driver's license say Organ ..0
Donor?Black holes are where God divided by zero. Listen to me! We are all- 000
individuals! What if this weren't a hypothetical question?
steveo at syslang.net