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But this IS another test post.
 
Peter

Peter Viscarola
OSR
@OSRDrivers

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  • Michal_VodickaMichal_Vodicka Member - All Emails Posts: 50
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    Congrats for the successful move :)

    A question: how are prefixes supposed to work? Previously all NTDEV posts were prefixed as [ntdev] which I used for automatic filtering. Now it seems all posts have [OSR] prefix. Both NTDEV and A&A. My inbox was a bit flooded ;-)

    Michal
  • Peter_Viscarola_via_gmail_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_via_gmail_(OSR) Member - All Emails Posts: 9

    Should be fixed now? Please confirm.

    Peter (posting from his gmail account)

  • Peter_Viscarola_via_gmail_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_via_gmail_(OSR) Member - All Emails Posts: 9
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    Great question, re: How the prefixes are supposed to be set. I see that they're set to "OSR"... Let me look into that.

    We're also working on where the buttons are to allow you to DE-select getting emails from other categories that you're not interested in...

    Peter
  • Michal_VodickaMichal_Vodicka Member - All Emails Posts: 50
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    Yep, this one was prefixed as [Announcements and Administration].

    Michal
  • Unsubscribed_UserUnsubscribed_User Unsubscribed Member Posts: 131
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    Test reply.

    A .email TLD...?
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    Test reply 2

  • Nathan_KiddNathan_Kidd Member - All Emails Posts: 13
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    On 19/09/18 05:48 PM, Michal_Vodicka-3 wrote:
    > A question: how are prefixes supposed to work? Previously all NTDEV
    > posts were prefixed as [ntdev] which I used for automatic filtering.
    > Now it seems all posts have [OSR] prefix. Both NTDEV and A&A. My
    > inbox was a bit flooded ;-)

    As was mine! The old lists sent mail with headers like:

    X-List-Name: NTDEV
    or
    X-List-Name: WINDBG

    (Not quite RFC 2919's List-Id, but worked.)

    Is there any way for the new software to add a header back? It would
    make filtering much more robust. (Subject line prefixes are fragile and
    waste space, but I acknowledge easier for less technical filtering
    solutions.)

    Thanks for managing the lists. I can only imagine the headache.

    -Nathan
  • Peter_Viscarola_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 7,223

    My inbox was a bit flooded ;-)

    As was mine!

    Yeah... sorry about that. It's sort of the nature of the beast... moving to a new Community. Lots of stuff changes. Sorry for the annoyances.

    Thanks for managing the lists. I can only imagine the headache

    I appreciate the words of comfort. You know... the lists... they're what I live for. ;)

    Is there any way for the new software to add a header back

    I'm not sure. Right now, I'm working with our hosts to try to get emails working for the "all email users" group at all -- cuz at last check, they were entirely disabled.

    Once we get that squared away, I'll look at getting them to add an "X header" -- As I may have alluded to elsewhere, we're going to be tweaking the mail aspect for a while.

    Peter Viscarola
    OSR
    @OSRDrivers

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