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On Jun 30, 2011, at 01:25 , drew wrote:

On Mon, 2011-06-27 at 21:40 +0200, James Wilde wrote:
Hi Tracey:

Subscribing to this list via Nabble allows you to post without problem via the Nabble interface, 
but it does not subscribe you to the list itself.  To subscribe to the list itself, send an 
email to  You should then get an email back asking you 
to confirm your subscription.  When you have answered that, you will be subscribed directly to 
the users list, and can post directly, without the intermediary of the Nabble interface.

hmm - only if things changed.


If you like I'll write an email to Tracey - and then perhaps post it
here or on the wiki as a standard response for this situation.

Sounds like a good idea, Drew.  I'd no idea the nabble interface was so complicated.

If I understand your description correctly, what it does is to put all one's mailing lists in one 
forum-like place for reading.  But you still have to be approved by the lists to post to any of 
them.  I understood that nabble itself could post to our lists without the intervention of the 
moderators and assumed that posts to our lists on nabble would automatically be cleared for posting 
to our lists.

Post it here, please, then it's close to hand when needed.  But if the wiki page on nabble doesn't 
include this info, then it should be added.


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