ADMIN: Moderation relay issues, and how to report problems

Eagle eagle at
Tue Aug 8 18:20:11 PDT 2006

Tom Russell <milos_parker at> writes:
> Eagle wrote:

>>    does is shunt a post to me if it doesn't know what to do with it.  Far
>>    and away the most common reason for it to do so is because there isn't
>>    any keyword in the subject.  Google loves ripping them out of the
>>    subject and won't fix it.  It's very annoying.

> I use Google groups for responding to messages.  When I click on the
> "reply" button, the subject header is often without keyword tags.
> However, I've noticed that it only rips out bracketed tags and tends to
> leave the coloned (colonated?) ones untouched, i.e., it has a problem
> with [LNH] but not with LNH:, with [8FOLD] but not with 8FOLD:, et
> cetera.

> The kind of tags one uses is, of course, up to one's preference, but if
> one uses Google, I'd strongly suggest using tags with colons as opposed
> to tags with brackets.

Yup.  Very good point.

Eagle (eagle at                            Windrider of Crossroads
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