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On 07/18/2012 11:12 AM, Andreas Säger wrote:
I did not reply to your bloody mailing list. I used a server named
"" which shows the whole topic on a web-page.

Ah, a web-pager... wrong tool for the job eh? Using nabble,,
etc from a web page is (IMO) like someone trying to use a spreadsheet
for a database job/application. I *highly* recommend using
(via nntp). IMO, reading/replying to a high volume mailing list via
email and/or a web page, is just plain silly.

First of all it is *not* my "bloody mailing list". It is the Document
Foundation's mailing list:

If you have an issue with the nabble gateway, then I suggest you take
that up with whoever created it, and/or is in charge of it. According to:

It appears that drewjenson created the template... perhaps you can ask
him for help. I seriously doubt that nabble doesn't follow threading and
doesn't insert quotes in replies. I don't use nabble (I use
nntp), but perhaps you can RTFM & find additional support for nabble here:

In any event, you should try to resolve the problem. You've been
'kindly' asked in the past to do so.

NoOp wrote

On 07/17/2012 03:08 PM, Andreas Säger wrote:


Learn how to quote properly and remain in the thread that you are
'supposedly' replying to. Seems that someone as astute as you purport to
be, you'd have RTFM and figured out how to this out by now.

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