(Wrong address again!)
(I sent this message with a bcc to the moderators list, but I can't see that it has come onto the
list so I'm sending it again, just to the list.)
Now that you are contributing regularly to the users mailing list, maybe you would consider
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You can do this easily by sending an empty email from your normal email address to
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If you want to send mails, without receiving, for example if you post via Gmane, you can subscribe
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Again a confirmation mail will be sent to you (if you don't see it, check your spam box). Reply to
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For full details of the subscribe and unsubscribe options, send an email to
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