OT: Gmail and reading this list

Claude Jones claude_jones at levitjames.com
Sat Dec 17 16:45:19 UTC 2005

On Saturday 17 December 2005 09:16, James Wilkinson wrote:
> Claude Jones wrote:
> > If I send an email to the list via my business SMTP server, Fedora-list
> > will reject it if I'm subscribed via my gmail account (I'm not, but I've
> > tried this)
> You can be subscribed twice. Once with your business address, and once
> with your gmail address. You turn off delivery for your business
> address (using the link at the bottom of each list e-mail).
> What this does is let the list software know that it should accept
> e-mails from your business address.
> You collect e-mails via your gmail account.
> Erm -- yes. "Collect" was deliberately "technology-indifferent". I was
> assuming that you'd "collect" via POP3. You could also forward it to
> your ISP, but why?
> > But I want list mail delivered to my business ISP inbox - that's the
> > whole point
> Erm -- why? It looks like you're using KMail. You should be able to add
> two receiving accounts in KMail: one for your business ISP and one for
> GMail. You can configure KMail to collect from GMail via POP3, and not
> have to worry about your list e-mail filling up your business ISP inbox.
> I use Demon for personal stuff and GMail for lists. And the first time
> they meet is on my machine.
> Hope this helps,

Yes - thanks for taking the time. You gave me some new ways to think about the 
process that should lend the solution. 

Claude Jones
Bluemont, VA, USA

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