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[Savannah-hackers-public] Re: Deleting two old mailing lists on nongnu.o
[Savannah-hackers-public] Re: Deleting two old mailing lists on nongnu.org
Thu, 21 Apr 2005 20:47:49 +0200
[The official contact is address@hidden
I removed both mailing lists.
'password' is for the list member password. List admins are not
treated as members, which explains what you experienced.
On Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 11:32:25PM +0200, Laurent Jacques wrote:
> I'm sorry to ask you that question but I have a strange problem with the
> mailing list server of Savannah, namely lists.nongnu.org
> Three years ago I wanted to host an ancient php project on savannah named
> bbclone. This registering had created two mailing lists:
> with my address as the owner of these ones. After some days, I remove this
> project from savannah by sending a mail to Loic Dachary.
> Three months ago, a spam has hit one of these lists (i.e.
> address@hidden) and now, every day, I catch two mails complaining
> that I have to remove this unsolicited spam coming from a user which is of
> course not registered for these ML.
> Problem is that I cannot connect on the refered admin page
> since I forgot my three year old password.
> However, when I try to automatically remind my password by sending the
> command ("password") to address@hidden, mailman returns me
> the answer: "You are not a member of the Bbclone-devel mailing list".
> This is the same message for the page
> using the "Unsubscribe or edit option" with my email address.
> That's really strange since I'm receiving the error message of the two MLs as
> I was the bbclone-devel owner !!?
> So what can I do ? The simplest thing for me is to remove these two unsesed
> MLs from lists.nongnu.org.
> So, Please, can you kindly do that or send this mail to the correct person in
> Savannah ?
> Many thanks in advance,
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