ezmlm response

Sunjay Bhatnagar sanjay@ncra.tifr.res.in
Sat Sep 16 09:33:00 GMT 2000


I sent a mail to egcs-bugs@sourceware.cygnus.com for reporting a
possible bug in GCC and I got this response (I have removed the copy
of my mail to egcs-bugs@sourceware.cygnus.com from the end of the
included message).  It's confusing!

(1) Has my message reached egcs-bugs@sourceware.cygnus.com?
(2) What else do I need to do?
(3) I am not interested in subscribing to gcc related mailing lists.

Regards,
sanjay


gcc-help@gcc.gnu.org writes:
  >Hi! This is the ezmlm program. I'm managing the
  >gcc@gcc.gnu.org mailing list.
  >
  >This is a generic help message. The message I received wasn't sent to
  >any of my command addresses.
  >
  >
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  >--- Enclosed is a copy of the request I received.
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