[Coral-List] : "What happened to my *$%^# post?"
jim.hendee at noaa.gov
Wed Apr 5 08:32:03 EDT 2017
I guess this bears repeating, since I'm still getting similar queries.
So, see my post of March 22, below, then see Mike Jankulak's
(co-Administrator) March 23 post to a user who still had problems.
Bottom line: check your configuration by logging on the bottom of the
main Coral-List page, here,
See all previous posts (archives) here:
If you still aren't getting copies of your own posts, but you want to,
you probably have a Gmail account, and there's nothing we can do to fix
that. If you are STILL having problems, please let us know.
I hope you have a glorious day!
On 3/23/17 4:30 PM, Mike Jankulak - NOAA Affiliate wrote:
> Gmail subscribers generally do not receive copies of our own Coral-List posts. Or rather we may receive copies of our own posts but Gmail lies to us and tells us that we do not. See for example this explanation here:
> That is why the only reliable way of knowing whether your Coral-List post was approved and sent to the list is to check our online archives. Because this is an artifact of how Gmail operates internally it is entirely out of our hands.
> As you can probably tell, I think this behavior is somewhat irritating. But in most other ways Gmail is better than the alternatives so I tend not to complain overmuch.
> Mike J+
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: "What happened to my *$%^# post?"
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:24:41 -0400
From: James Hendee <jim.hendee at noaa.gov>
To: Coral-List <coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov>
For some reason, we've been getting a lot of these lately.
Some of you may have configured your subscription so that you do not
receive copies of what you posted. To configure your subscription how
you want it, log on to the bottom of this page,
....where it says, "To unsubscribe, etc." put in your email address and
you can then edit your options.
And/or, go to the archives, here,
and check to see there if your post made it to the list.
Finally, if you still can't figure it out, it may be that you posted
your message from an address different from that from which you are
subscribed. This happens rather often. You might be having your email
forwarded from a different address, or perhaps you originally signed on
as, say, jake at email.greatuniversity.edu but you're trying to send your
email from jake at greatuniversity.edu.
Finally, for the impatient, be advised that posts do not go out as you
send them. They stack up in a queue which we read/scan and decide
whether to let them go to the list or not. None of us usually checks
the queue on the weekend (in the USA).
I really, really hope this helps.
the Coral-List Admin Team
Jim, Mike, Lew
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