test post


R

Rock

meaningless babble, but not sp_m. Really! Google Groups *is* sending
something out -- I always check the "email a copy to me" box, and both
missing posts showed up on my Yahoo mailbox. That doesn't guarantee
they get to stump.algebra.com, though. Other posts from Google Groups
have been reaching you -- I can see it in the headers.

-- Rich
 
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H

HW \Skip\ Weldon

meaningless babble, but not sp_m. Really! Google Groups *is* sending
something out -- I always check the "email a copy to me" box, and both
missing posts showed up on my Yahoo mailbox. That doesn't guarantee
they get to stump.algebra.com, though. Other posts from Google Groups
have been reaching you -- I can see it in the headers.
Looks like your post made it. <grin> Try changing the subject. That
may be the problem - our service does have some taboo subjects, so
change it slightly and try again.

For other posters who have problems with "lost posts", if you hear
nothing from the Moderators, sometimes changing the subject key words
can make a difference.


-HW "Skip" Weldon
Columbia, SC
 
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R

Rock

meaningless babble, ...
LOL. The one post in three that I didn't expect to show up showed up.
:)

Moderation of this forum is outstanding, and our moderators' work is
available for public review at http://www.algebra.com/~mifp/ . Posts
which are allowed go into the "Approved Messages" directory, and those
which are rejected go into "rejected Messages". (Sometime each Sunday
night both directories are cleared, however.)

For context, Skip had replied to an email I sent asking about a
possible "black hole" sucking up my posts. I had made two via Google
Groups, and they never showed up in either directory. Part of Skip's
reply was:

<<Do this: Repost with a test. Just place "test post" in the subject
and babble meaninglessly about anything for one sentence. If it shows
up I will bounce it back to you. If you hear nothing that means the
test did not make it either, and you might query your server to see if
there are problems.>>

So I did. Ed must have gotten to it first. (Maybe I need to learn to
babble more incoherently. :)

-- Rich
 

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