Surprisingly NOT OT: A question about this list

Dan Goodes fedora-list at planetmirror.com
Mon Dec 15 00:19:06 UTC 2003


The header you're looking for is

X-BeenThere: fedora-list at redhat.com

That's what Mailman uses to identify lists.

-Dan

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003, Brian Fahrlander wrote:

>
>     I try to separate the various lists to which I subscribe, but some
> messages, even when posted ONLY to the list, wind up in my (Evolution)
> inbox.
>
>     I've tried procmail scripts like this to divide them and make them
> readable.  But I'm not sure why they don't _always_ work:
>
> :0
> * List-Id: For users of Red Hat Linux releases <fedora-list.redhat.com>
> $HOME/mail/Fedora
>
> :0
> * ^Subject: *\[Galeon-user\]*
> $HOME/mail/Galeon
>
> :0
> * ^List-Id: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list.redhat.com>
> $HOME/mail/Freshrpms
>
> :0
> * ^List-Id: Planet CCRMA Package Collection <planetccrma.ccrma.stanford.edu>
> $HOME/mail/RPMlist
>
>     If anyone's nailed this one, I'd sure like to know.
>
>     Thanks!
>
> --
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Brian Fahrländer                 Researcher, Conservative, and Technomad
> Evansville, IN                                     http://Fahrlander.net
> ICQ  5119262              Microsoft never invented email; that was Unix.
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>





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