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Re: [Groop]Re: Two groo lists?



Oh, just checking the aliases groo-l@groo.com was still forwarding to the
second list (the non-mailman, non-hmc.edu one) which still works but isn't
as neat with the archiving and everything. So I just changed
groo-l@groo.com to go to groop@groo.com, and now they are one in the same
(or will be in about 15 minutes). So nobody worry! You won't have to
remember which one to use! But I recommend groop@groo.com anyway. Less
forwards to get to your destination.

BTW, groo@groo.com doesn't go to the list master.. I'm just
josh@groo.com. groo@groo.com goes to the fellah who signed up for it back
when I was offering @groo.com aliases to help pay for the domain name.

josh!

On Fri, 29 Dec 2000, Eric Chun wrote:

> hi vaughn,
> 
> >This is very strange. My chess post was not in
> >the archive, which we'd expect as I sent it to
> >"groo-l@groo.com" and not "groop@groo.com". I
> >checked groop@groo.com and I am listed as a
> >subscriber but I don't reccall seeing any of
> >the messages I see in the archive.
> 
> "groop@groo.com" is the new and exciting email
> address for the mailing list.  everyone is sup-
> posed to be using this email address.
> 
> >What is groo-l@groo.com used for and what is
> >groo@groo.com for?
> 
> i think "groo-l@hmc.edu" used to be the old
> email address for the mailing list.  the mail-
> ing list moved to a different server (with a
> different url).  at this time, the email ad-
> dress was changed.  someone must have thought
> it was a good idea (which it was) to carry
> over the same name "groo-l".  but, there seems
> to be some mistake somewhere.  "groo-l@groop.com"
> should've been made equivalent to "groop@groo.com".
> 
> "groo@groo.com" should be the list master,
> which is not me.  :)
> 
> see you.
> 
> eric
> 
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: Vaughn Seward
> To: "Eric Chun"
> CC: josh@groo.com
> Subject: Two groo lists?
> Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 10:39:37 -0700
> Hi Eric,
> This is very strange. My chess post was not in the archive, which we'd
> expect as I sent it to "groo-l@groo.com" and not "groop@groo.com". I
> checked groop@groo.com and I am listed as a subscriber but I don't reccall
> seeing any of the messages I see in the archive. Perhaps Groo has been at
> work here. :-(
> What is groo-l@groo.com used for and what is groo@groo.com for? I'm 
> confused.
> ~Vaughn Seward (cFlat7)
> At 28/12/00 11:23 PM, you wrote:
> >hi vaughn,
> >
> >>Hmmm....you are right. Are there two lists or what? Should I send my 
> >>original chess game post over again...or will everyone get it again?
> >
> >check this web site to see if your post made it to the "groop@groo.com" 
> >list:
> >
> >http://mailman.newdream.net/pipermail/groop/2000-December/date.html
> >
> >all of the "groop@groo.com" posts are archived.
> >
> >best,
> >
> >eric
> >
> >----Original Message Follows---- From: Vaughn Seward To: "Eric Chun" 
> >Subject: Re: [Groop]RE: Groo Chess Set? Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2000 22:39:57 
> >-0700
> >
> >Hmmm....you are right. Are there two lists or what? Should I send my 
> >original chess game post over again...or will everyone get it again?
> >
> >~Vaughn Seward
> >
> >At 28/12/00 09:50 PM, you wrote:
> >>vaughn wrote:
> >>>P.S. If you aren't on the Groop email list, then how did you get my 
> >>>posting about a Groo chess game?
> >>
> >>because the post was sent to "groo-l@groo.com", instead of 
> >>"groop@groo.com" ...
> >
> >
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