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Re: deletion of people from krb-protocol (mailing list merge)

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Douglas E. Engert)
Thu Aug 3 21:04:09 2000

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From: "Douglas E. Engert" <deengert@anl.gov>
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Ken Raeburn wrote:
> 
> > That could be a problem.  Is it actually set up that way now?  My message
> > earlier today didn't bounce, but maybe that list simply deep-sixes rejected
> > messages?
> 
Nothey are sitting in my inbox, waiting for me to approve the message.
The intent of maing a private list was tro keep spam off the list,which it has
done, but I see there are a number of lists subscribed to this list. So 
people on thoes list wil have the same problem.


> It may be that Doug changed it.  IIRC, a couple of the earliest
> messages he sent to the list were copies of bounces because the RFC
> editor (or whoever) wasn't on the list.  But if non-members can
> submit, yes, thit would be fine....

Let me think about this on monday. 
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