Re: How to subscribe to vim-dev mailing list?
- On Wed, 07 Jan 2009 00:00:57 +0800, Marvin Renich wrote:
>It makes sense, I resigned up a new gmail account and it works fine,
> * John Beckett [090106 04:26]:
>> anhnmncb wrote:
>> >> Some ISPs have very overloaded email systems, and it can be
>> >> a day or two before mail is actually sent.
>> > Yup, thank you, but my messages sent to vim_use seems have no
>> > such problem.
>> True. OK, I have no idea why your subscription request to vim_dev was
>> delayed (yet mine, using a test non-gmail account worked in minutes).
> Just a heads-up: SpamAssassin has a rule called FROM_LOCAL_NOVOWEL that
> increases the spam score of a message if the local part of the "From"
> email address contains a sequence of seven or more non-vowel characters.
> The default Debian configuration adds 3.19, which is a significant
> In my configuration, very few legitimate messages to vim_use or vim_dev
> are marked as "marginal" (SA score between 1 and 5), but all of
> anhnmncb's messages are in that range because of this test. Some mail
> servers (including mine) use greylisting; SA-Exim (which I use) only
> greylists the first message from a recipient, and only if the SA score
> is high enough. This might (or might not) have anything to do with why
> your subscription messages were delayed.
> BTW, the policy for the Vim lists is to use your real name. Is
> anhnmncb the Romanization of your real name?
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