* Zhengquan Zhang <zhang(_dot_)zhengquan(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com> [04-08-09 15:47]:
On Wed, Apr 08, 2009 at 03:28:36PM -0400, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
That's because gmail does not consider your posts a new mail when
received. A simple work-a-round is to not use gmail smtp, but relay
I use mutt to reply mailing list emails using my gmail address and the
email would appear new in the gmail inbox..
are you sending the mail thru gmail (smtp.gmail.com), or thru your
internet provider's mail system?
via your provider and use a gmail "From:" addr. At least that is what
my reply to mailing list showed that it has a gmail "From:" line in the
I can put *any* address I wish in the "From:" line and it will appear
in the header, but does not mean that is where the mail is actually
I do and I see mail on the lists that I post.
due to my limited knowledge, there is some confusion, But thanks for the
Then explain your confusion that we may make things clear. Your
deference to "confusion" is helping no one, especially your
understanding to the situation.
If you post to this mail list via a gmail address and using gmail's
smtp, you will not see your post in the list mail on gmail's web mail
or via their imap server as it is a duplicate of your original post.
Gmail stores that post under "sent mail" and nowhere else.
To see these posts in list mail, you must follow the procedure I
If you do not understand this, confusion, question that which you do
not understand so we may explain.
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