Re: Known problem: cannot log into Imap database as ....
jeffg at spamcop.net
Thu Feb 12 17:23:31 EST 2004
JohnL <johnl at spamcop.net> organized electrons in article
news:Xns948D97F3648A5johnlspamcopnet at 184.108.40.206 that appeared as
> "Jeff G." <jeffg at spamcop.net> scribbled in
> news:c0gshv$sog$1 at news.spamcop.net:
>>> Well to be blunt, if you're going to just say it's fixed, but we
>>> have to go to the forum to see the rest of the info, why bother
>>> posting in the NG's at all?
>> I felt the remaining NG users needed to know.
> Don't be lame.
Please don't use ad hominem arguments.
> If you wanted to tell the NG users, then why didn't you TELL THEM, and
> not refer us to the forum???
It was my intent that if an explanation was posted, or other further
information developed, that info would be posted in the Forums, and I was
providing a link to facilitate the NG users getting that info without my
further involvement. The only thing I posted there that was different than
what was posted here was a conclusion about when the fix happened, which I
drew from info already present here.
JT posted the following at 15:47 EST (20:47 UTC) in
"And, as I assume most people have figured out by now, we fixed the problem
a couple of hours ago. There was a communications issue between the
reporting system and the email system, but it's been fixed."
Thanks and Best Regards, Jeff G.
I have been a SpamCop User/Member/Customer since 1999 and am a
Moderator of the new web-based forums (now the primary method for
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