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[ML] Not getting own messages via gmail

 [1/7] from: gregg:irwin:gm:ail at: 22-Mar-2007 5:48


Max, Peter, et al, Thanks for the input. It's something in gmail it seems. I'll try another account. --Gregg

 [2/7] from: hallvard::ystad::babelserver::org at: 22-Mar-2007 13:59


Gregg, I didn't see the start of this thread, but I can confirm that if gmail is set to farward all mail to some other mail account, it still doesn't forward mail from yourself to the rebol ML. I have lived with this behaviour for a long time. Seems there is nothing to do about it. Guess they call it a feature, not a bug. :) HY Dixit Gregg Irwin (12.48 22.03.2007):

 [3/7] from: gregg::pointillistic::com at: 22-Mar-2007 11:33


HY> I didn't see the start of this thread, but I can confirm that if gmail isHY> set to farward all mail to some other mail account, it still doesn'tHY> forward mail from yourself to the rebol ML. I have lived with thisHY> behaviour for a long time. Seems there is nothing to do about it. GuessHY> they call it a feature, not a bug. :) Thanks for the confirmation Hallvard. -- Gregg

 [4/7] from: pwawood:gmai:l at: 26-Mar-2007 18:28


Hi Gregg I've stumbled across a workaround to Gmail's inadvertent censorship of your own postings to the ML. If you send the message via the Gmail web-interface, next time to access Gmail using POP3 you get a copy. Regards Peter On Friday, March 23, 2007, at 01:33 am, Gregg Irwin wrote:

 [5/7] from: gabriele:colellachiara at: 26-Mar-2007 12:33


2007/3/26, Peter Wood <pwawood-gmail.com>:
> I've stumbled across a workaround to Gmail's inadvertent censorship of > your own postings to the ML. If you send the message via the Gmail > web-interface, next time to access Gmail using POP3 you get a copy.
Isn't it easier to just check http://mail.rebol.net to see if the message got there? :) (BTW, I'm sending this from Gmail too.) Regards, Gabriele.

 [6/7] from: pwawood::gmail::com at: 26-Mar-2007 19:00


Hi Gabriele That's what I do too. Knowing how organised Gregg is I'm guessing he is processing his incoming mail and automatically filing them. Hence the need to receive his own message. Regards Peter On Monday, March 26, 2007, at 06:33 pm, Gabriele Santilli wrote:

 [7/7] from: gregg::pointillistic::com at: 26-Mar-2007 9:41


Thanks for the gmail clue Peter! PW> Knowing how organised Gregg is I'm guessing he is processing his PW> incoming mail and automatically filing them. Hence the need to PW> receive his own message. Ahh, I have you fooled into thinking I'm organized. :) I do, though, have rules to sort incoming mail, and haven't yet gotten into using the gmail interface directly. I'll set up an outgoing rule for my gmail account in my mail client if I decide to use gmail as my ML address again. -- Gregg