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[OT] was =>Re: Re: mailing list speed why?

 [1/1] from: jason::cunliffe::verizon::net at: 26-Jan-2002 16:08

<[holger--rebol--com]> wrote
> On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 11:22:05AM -0500, Jason Cunliffe wrote: > > Why is this list so much slower than others to post? > > For you it is because the email address you are posting from is > not subscribed to the list, so all emails you sent have to be > approved manually by the list admin, to protect the list from spam.
ahaa: :thanks for the tip. I had no idea there were humans involved! Now here's my problem: I recently subscribed to VerizonDSL at new street address. Verizon insists I use [jason--cunliffe--verizon--net] as my email and for all outgoing. But I have older emails which I keep. I am likely to jump to another provider at the first chance I get. When I try to subscribe to mailing lists they say ok subscribed, but offer me no chance to settle and precise the imbalance between the sending address and my reply to. [Sony Laptop using OutlookExpress5.5 on Win98se] Some other lists I subscribe seem fast and find. One good list I have been comletely unable to post to [manifold-L] even though it lets me subscribe. This [rebol] is completely erratic but typically hours or days later. Who ever is having to do somthing manually: THANKS.. but why dont they say something? Does anyone have a solution? ./Jason