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Re: announce -> cygwin mailing list gateway broken
On Fri, Jun 18, 2004 at 10:14:37PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>On Fri, Jun 18, 2004 at 06:19:17PM -0500, Brian Ford wrote:
>>On Fri, 18 Jun 2004, Brian Ford wrote:
>>> On Fri, 18 Jun 2004, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>> > I've been changing my email system here and I've broken the announce ->
>>> > cygwin mailing list gateway which used to run from my computer. So you
>>> > won't be seeing announcements here for a while.
>>> > I'm looking to implement a more robust method for doing this that
>>> > doesn't rely on my network connectivity or email layout but it will
>>> > probably be a week or so until I can get to that.
>>> > In the meantime, if someone wants to volunteer to relay this by hand,
>>> > please send email here. The first lucky candidate gets a gold star.
>>> In the meantime, I'll do it. Our email system here is far from 100%
>>> reliable, but I'll do the best it can ;-).
>>> This message is actually a test. I sent it to cygwin-announce and we'll
>>> see if it ends up on cygwin.
>>> I could care less about the gold star, though. Just let me know when to
>>> stop. I hope I got the procmail recipie right :-D.
>>Ok, my test won't work because cygwin-announce is moderated. At any case,
>>I'm pretty sure I got the procmail recipie right and it is enabled. I'm
>>headed home from work for the weekend now, but I'll try to check my email
>>periodically in case I should turn it off or there is a bug.
>I should have posted this before.
>Here's my procmail rule, fwiw:
>* ^Sender: cygwin-announce-owner-HAT-cygwin.*
> SUBJECT=`/usr/bin/formail -xSubject:`
> FROM0=`/usr/bin/formail -X'From '`
> FROM1=`/usr/bin/formail -X'From:'`
> |formail -I '' \
> -I"$FROM0" \
> -I"$FROM1" \
> -I'To: cygwin-HAT-cygwin-PERIOD-com' \
> -I"Subject: [ANNOUNCEMENT]$SUBJECT" \
> -I'Reply-To: cygwin-HAT-cygwin-PERIOD-com'
Yes, I know. I left an AT sign in there. Bleurgh..
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