> Bruce E. Cobern wrote:
> >>I wonder if someone has put the Scouts-L list address itself on the Yahoo
> >>group as if it were a human subscriber.
> > This is what I originally thought. However, if you look at Scouter-T you
> > will see that not ALL of their messages are showing up on Scouts-L, although
> > that is exactly what would happen if Scouts-L was a member of Scouter-T.
> Yup, as I replied to the Scouts-L group, there have been exactly 15
> messages since January that show the Scouter_T tag listed in Scouts-L -
> all appear to be simple cross posts.
> The next time someone sees this, I would appreciate it if they would
> e-mail me the Scouter_T message number and I will look at the message to
> see how may cross posted groups the message was sent to (and as such how
> many potential dupes could be expected).
I don't know exatly what the problem is, but I can almost guarentee
that if I post one message to my yahoo groups as well as Scouts-L
AND WDBADGE-L, that message will be echoed on both lists in HTML.
For that reason, I take the original, post it to the Yahoo groups,
then post to Scouts-L and WDBadge-L. That seems to eliminate
the problem. At least so far.
I will admit that it looks a lot like someone had their account
set up to auto-forward these lists to each other.