jmhayes at j-o-r-d-a-n.com
Tue Dec 31 19:29:52 UTC 2013
> I posted a message yesterday from johnaweiss at gmail.com, and it got
> accepted by the system. If johnaweiss at gmail.com is not subscribed, and
> the list is moderated, how could that go through?
As someone who manages a lot of mailing lists, I can tell you that MANY
people sign up for a list under one address, and then proceed to post
from another. Sometimes it's a mistake, but mostly it's just
carelessness. A long time ago I would follow up with the person and
remind them that they were subscribed under a different address, but
life is way too short; I usually just add that address to the exception
list of people who aren't subscribed but can post.
I don't run -discuss, but I can see that happening ...
Take a look at the headers for a message on -discuss and see what
address it was delivered to.
Look for something like this:
Received: from noisebridge.net (noisebridge.net [18.104.22.168])
by SOMEHOST with ESMTP id rBVJBNbp006629
for SOMEADDRESS; Tue, 31 Dec 2013 11:11:28 -0800
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