Le 09/05/2013 16:49, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 3:54 PM, Sophie Gautier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 09/05/2013 15:52, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
Isnt that the same thing as emailing back saying reject?
yes, it's said on the mail that passed a 10 (?) days delay, the mail
will be automagically destroyed :)
The effect for the list-subscribers is the same (they don't get the
mail) - the difference is that when you explicitly reject a message,
other moderators cannot moderate the message anymore, as it is removed
from the moderation-queue on the server.
So it is only necessary if your want to prevent that other moderators
approve the message - be it because it contains some private data or
because a mail looks legitimate, but you know it is
What happens when a moderator rejects a mail? Is there a mail sent to
the sender? In that case the side effect of the rejection is to inform
the spammer that the email is valid, so he can send another spam.
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