On 05/29/2013 01:20 PM, Sharon Kimble wrote:
I have not received the message in my email either. I clicked the link
for the nabble and was able to verify it was there and also in the
archive and both indicate it was received on the list. Her prior
messages and this message were the same mailbox address. I have
received all the other messages that were posted today. I also viewed
my mailbox folder without threads to make sure it wasn't filed under
At 1253 today I sent a email to the list under the heading of '
auto-spell checking not working on a fresh install.'
asking for help with Libreoffice 18.104.22.168.
This appears to have been removed from the main mailing list with no reason
given. Why please? It was a genuine request for help with an ongoing
problem that I have.
I look forward to your reply.
On some of the mail lists I am subscribed; I receive a lot of messages
for several days at one time. I suspect a mail server problem when that
I also have been receiving bounce notifications from of some my mail
lists. From what I can tell they are usually just one message and the
single list so I have to assume a random Internet problem with the
delivery. However, I wouldn't know if it bounced for others.
Perhaps the information will be of some assistance.
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