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Hi Florian,

On 23 February 2013 10:46, Florian Effenberger
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Hi Sigrid,

Sigrid Carrera wrote on 2013-02-23 00:33:

When ever I want to allow a post from a non-subscribed writer to any
of the mailinglists I am moderating, I always get a mlmmj notification
back, telling me that the post was denied to the mailinglist. However,
the post, that I allowed still got through and is the next email that
shows up in my email list right after the deny notification.

I am sure, that no one else has this post allowed, because I also get
this notifications for mailinglists where I am the only moderator.

Does anyone have any idea what might be the reason for this behaviour?
It feels odd and definitely not correct to me.

I cannot confirm this, never had this happening to me. Maybe some other
moderator moderated the message through in the meantime?

That was my first thought as well - that someone else had let the post
go through before me. And I would agree, that this is perfectly
possible, if this would happen only on the discuss-de list.

But, and I think, that is strange, this also happens to me for the
accessibility list, where I am the only moderator. For example, there
was an email from Caolan McNamara to this list. He's not subscribed,
so I wanted to let his mail go through. I still got the message, that
this post was denied. (His email reached my inbox right after the
notification of the denied post). So I'm not sure, that it has
something to do with someone else allowing the post...

I just cannot explain it.


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