As of a few moments ago, Dana Reed is an ex-subscriber to pgsql-general.
Evidently he/she is about to be an ex-subscriber to pgsql-sql as well.
Most mailing list admins take a very dim view of mail software that
sends bounces to the original author of a mailing-list message, rather
than to the mailing list's errors address (the "envelope sender" in SMTP
parlance). I don't run the pgsql lists myself, but on lists I do run,
bouncing to authors who can't do anything about it is grounds for
instant removal from the list. I believe Marc feels the same. If you
get bounces from third-party recipients of pgsql list messages, let Marc
know (scrappy(at)hub(dot)org). There's no point in bothering the rest of the
list with it, though --- Marc is the only one in a position to do
anything about it.
regards, tom lane
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