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On 2010-10-19 3:52 AM, Harold Fuchs wrote:
When will it be possible to send messages to the TDF mail lists via 
Gmane *without* having to be subscribed to the mail lists
themselves? Currently, to use Gmane you need to be subscribed to both
it *and* the TDF lists which completely defeats the purpose of the
Gmane interface.

Was it you that complained about this before?

All you have to do is subscribe to the NOMAIL version of the list, this
way you are a member and can post, but do not get emails from the list -
so it does NOT defeat the purpose.

But... yes, absolutely, this should be documented...

Here's the reply I got after sending a help request (which *is*
documented at least):


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