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Hello Florian,

Thanks a lot for the reply.

Please add me to the users mailing list ( English version - ) so that I can start right away.

So to which Email id Will I be receiving email.?
Can  I  change  the  email  id  so that I will be receiving mail to be
moderated exclusively to the new mail id.?
The reason I ask is that I do not want to clutter up this id.?

What are your suggestions.?
I think I will open a new email id exclusively for moderating stuff.
What do you think?
Are there any additional things I need to do for this to happen.?

Monday, January 27, 2014, 2:58:12 PM, you wrote:

Hello Surya,

Surya wrote on 2014-01-26 15:10:

Deeply regret for replying you now on this matter.

no worries, thanks a lot for getting back to me!

I could not pursue the matter at the time you have replied me as I was
in a personal problem which took considerable time to resolve.

I hope all turned out well!

I    wish    to    help    the    moderators    team    moderate   the list.

If you can help me in this, please let me know the setup ( in steps)
and how to do it to enable me to contribute to the Libreoffice effort.

Thanks for volunteering! So, it works the following way: You receive all
messages to be moderated via e-mail. You can either not react to that 
mail (then it will not be moderated), reject it directly (when it's e.g.
spam), or let it allow to pass through. This all happens by replying to
a specific e-mail address that is mentioned in the moderation request.

Is this something you'd like to do? If so, which address shall I add as

And, important as well: Are you subscribed to the users list yourself?
It makes only sense to be a moderator when you are on the specific list.


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