Allan Hansen writes:
That's interesting. >
I run Mailman 2.1.5 (Mac OS X 10.4) and have the 'problem' that
when someone posts to two lists at a time, I get only one message. I
actually do want to get both for archival purposes. If this is not a
function of Mailman 2.1.5, I wonder where the other message is
cut. :-)
What do you mean by "get"? I "get" both messages in my system
mailbox, but because I have duplicate suppression on in my MUA, I only
"see" one. The MUA automatically skips any message with a Message-ID
that it has already seen.

I would assume you've got a similar feature, perhaps not in your MUA
but in the MDA or MTA.

(No need for action from anyone - I was just mumbling aloud). >
At 16:49 -0800 12/14/07, Mark Sapiro wrote:
Gruver, Sandi wrote:
> >
Does the 'no dupes' option mean that members will not receive a messages
sent to more than one list to which they are subscribed?
> >
> >
No. It only means that a member will not receive the post from the list
if (s)he in specifically addressed in To: or Cc: of the post.
> >
If you have lists with duplicate members which are frequently cross
posted, the new sibling lists 'exclude' feature in Mailman 2.1.10 can
be used to avoid these duplicate messages.
> >
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