about the body image. Women have travelled miles for just 1 sight of me.
Unfortunately the direction is away from me not towards.
"Reply to all" and then copy&paste? List manager?
errr i don't know about GMane.
From: Felmon Davis <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 5 December 2012, 9:21
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Losing own messages [was Re: Pdf import]
On Wed, 5 Dec 2012, Tom Davies wrote:
I think there is some default setting when you apply to these lists
that sets it so you can't see your own posts except through Nabble or
GMane. So, it's not just GMail that is blocking him.
who's the list-manager again?
Personally i think it's a huge benefit. I see my own posts in people's
replies and notice all the horrible tpyos and embarrasments that i didn't
notice while typing. So, i am quite glad of it.
diff'rent strokes. I'd rather see my own posts than my own face and torso.
This crazy need for "Reply to" or whatever is a different story. It's
made it much more difficult to get through the posts and i make a lot more
typing mistakes now too.
it's impossible! I have to type in the correct mailing list address for
apologies to Brian: I didn't see his post (it wasn't delivered for some
I wish I could wean myself of gmail.
From: Brian Barker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 5 December 2012, 3:03
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Losing own messages [was Re: Pdf
At 15:19 04/12/2012 -0500, Felmon Davis wrote:
I notice one cannot see one's own posts; is it possible to switch
Your problem is not with the LibreOffice list, but with your mail
provider Gmail - which has a bug^H^H^H feature which suppresses copies
distributed to you of your own messages to the list.
When you send mail to any group or mailing list you subscribe to,
Gmail automatically skips your inbox and archives the message to save you
time and prevent clutter. The message will appear in your inbox if someone
responds to it or if there is an error delivering the message. If you'd
like to view your message, you can find it in Sent Mail or All Mail.
It can be argued that this practice is unhelpful.
I trust this helps.