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[Administrative] LI Mailing Lists Restored

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Message-ID: <14734.17287.209567.236437@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 7 Aug 2000 10:35:11 +0530 (IST)
To: Ajit Ranade <akr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [linux-delhi] [Administrative] LI Mailing Lists Restored 
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Hi Ajit,

Yes, please send any messages which you sent earlier but didn't see on
the list.

The socket error is because fetchmail tries IMAP first, which fails
since linux-delhi.org doesn't support IMAP.  The second try from
fetchmail is POP3, which succeeds.

No idea about not being able to leave mail on the server.  I wouldn't
recommend it anyway, since we don't have unlimited disk space
there... please download your messages and delete them from the


- -- Raju

>>>>> "Ajit" == Ajit Ranade <akr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

    Ajit> dear raju- should we resend some of the messages we sent
    Ajit> last week?

    Ajit> also i noticed that linux-delhi pop server always gives a
    Ajit> socket error to fetchmail, although the fetching itself
    Ajit> works fine. when i use netscape pop client from windows, and
    Ajit> ask that mail be left on server, it doesn't seem to work. is
    Ajit> this deliberate?

    Ajit> thanks, -akr

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