On 15/10/2013, Ady <email@example.com> wrote:
Assuming your are referring to digest mode, all is correct. Sometimes
the delay to receive the retrieved message is quite long (> 10 minutes
at a guess).
No, I'm not referring to digest mode.
I am referring to "nomail" mode, and then retrieving specific
messages by using <users+get-N@global.libreoffice.org>.
Surely, by definition nomail mode means that you do not receive any messages?
The problem: there is no way to know the desired correct "N" for
someone subscribed by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
so to be able to retrieve it.
There are several ways to _read_ messages. There is no effective way
to _retrieve_ a specific message (since the correct "N" is unknown to
a "nomail" subscribed user).
To the Admin(s) of the ML,
any answer to this question?
In my opinion use digest mode. For example, replying to the digest
mode message will create a reply as so:
On 15/10/2013, email@example.com
Topics (messages 34322 through 34351):
- [libreoffice-users] Re: Installing extensions
- 34322 - Alex Thurgood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Therefore, sending the reply message to:
'email@example.com' will retrieve the message
To unsubscribe e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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