[PATCH V2] ssb: Implement virtual SPROM on disk

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Mon Mar 29 08:39:27 EDT 2010

On Monday 29 March 2010, Stefano Brivio wrote:
>On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 21:43:14 -0500
>Larry Finger <Larry.Finger at lwfinger.net> wrote:
>> On 03/28/2010 09:21 PM, Gene Heskett wrote:
>> > How many servers are emitting this b43 list these days?  I have
>> > recently had to add 2 more to the kmail filters here in order to
>> > route this lists mail properly.  I hope a subscription to one is
>> > sufficient for all.
>> The list is being switched to infradead. Perhaps berlios is still
>> active. That should not last too long.
>Actually, I already disabled sending from berlios (I'll be shutting
>it down completely as soon as things have settled), so this shouldn't
>It looks like lists messages on infradead get sent from at least two
>different servers, anyway. In order not to be affected by this, I
>suggest filtering on the List-Id header instead. The matching value is
No, its "b43-dev at lists.infradead.org"

There is no such header on the incoming messages, or kmail is stripping it. 
It cannot be found in a view all headers setting.  So if I hit reply, it 
goes back to the OP (if it will go at all), and a 'reply all' gets me a list 
I have to clean up in order to just leave the server as the recipient.  It 
starts out as a CC:

This isn't a very satisfactory method, highly prone to errors and its the 
only list of about 40 I have to do that to.  If I leave the OP addresses in, 
the messages are either stuck in the outbox, or bounce if the OP isn't 
Larry.  I presume many are using fake addresses to control spam or some 

Cheers, Gene
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