[Zope-Annce] Duplicate messages on zope lists

Ken Manheimer klm@digicool.com
Mon, 29 May 2000 11:13:10 -0400 (EDT)

The duplication of postings on the zope.org maillists appears to have
stopped, now that a network hardware problem was repaired and the
queue has drained.  Phew!-) If you switched your subscriptions over to
digest mode, you may want to switch back.

(Not many have, by the counts on the roster page, but i promised to
let people know when the dust has settled...)

Ken Manheimer

On Sun, 28 May 2000, Ken Manheimer wrote:

> Though zope.org's network hookup is once again allowing the mail to
> get through, we're seeing multiple copies of many maillist messages.
> We hope to track down the cause of this problem soon - in the
> meanwhile, we apologize for the disruption!
> If you want to reduce the impact of the duplicates in the meanwhile,
> you could try setting your list subscriptions to 'digest' mode.  (You
> may want to leave your zope-announce subscription as is, since it's
> relatively low traffic, and we're going to use it to announce the
> resolution of the problem.)  To set to digest mod, for example, for
> the zope list, visit:
>   http://www.zope.org/mailman/options/zope/your@subscription.address
> and set the digest option.  (If you don't know your subscription
> address, visit the respective roster page, eg
>   http://www.zope.org/mailman/roster/zope
> If you don't know your password, click the "send password" button on
> your options page to have it delivered to you.)
> You may still get duplicates of the digests, but at least they'll come 
> less frequently...
> Ken Manheimer
> klm@digicool.com
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