[CentOS] About the membership issue

Sat Jun 16 11:11:17 UTC 2018
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

On 06/16/2018 06:04 AM, Johnny Hughes via CentOS wrote:
> On 06/16/2018 05:58 AM, Johnny Hughes via CentOS wrote:
>> On 06/16/2018 05:42 AM, Leon Fauster via CentOS wrote:
>>> Concerning the disabled membership (yesterday). Is there anything that I should do? 
>>> Visiting the "re-enable" link shows only a plain site with meta information about 
>>> the list but without any feedback like "membership enabled". Albeit some postings are 
>>> coming in again now (with "normalized" sender address <centos at centos.org>). Seems 
>>> the work to resolve this issue is in progress ... 
>> WRT the action taken .. we have used the Munge option from here (for
>> versions 2.1.18 or greater):
>> https://wiki.list.org/DEV/DMARC
>> So, other than all 'From:' addresses being the mailing list, everything
>> seems to be working the same as before.
>> I still see 'reply to list' as an option and it works the same for ne in
>> Thunderbird (If I reply directly to he mail, it does to original author,
>> if I reply to list, it goes to the list).
> It is in the Reply To:  not  CC:  field in Thunderbird .. but that shows
> up by defalt when viewing the list mails for me.  Not sure how otehr
> mail clients handle it.

In the gmail interface .. it shows the the Author, like this in the From

Johnny Hughes via CentOS

And there is a drop down arrow the shows all the header info.

A reply puts both the author and the list in the To section.

That also seems manageable.

>> So for me and thunderbird it is business as usual.
>> If your {all of us 'yous', not just Leon :) } mail client has a  reply
>> to list function, you will want to use that to send replies to the list.

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