[OS X TeX] Odd mailing list software behaviour?

Gary L. Gray gray at engr.psu.edu
Wed Jun 23 02:20:47 CEST 2004

On Jun 22, 2004, at 4:28 PM, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> Le 22 juin 04, à 22:01, Alan Curtis a écrit :
>> I was thinking of replying, but you probably have already got my 
>> response, so I won't bother...
> I did receive your response (the cc'd version, sent to me directly, 
> not the original one, sent to the list)...
> ...to my post, which I haven't received yet!
>> ... Yes, I have noticed the same thing, and I too use the .mac 
>> servers, though I hide it well.
> If this is indeed a .mac problem, I would interpret it as a good sign, 
> that Apple is readying major changes to surprise us next Monday. And 
> surprised I would like to be indeed, as I have persistently been 
> disappointed since last September by Panther's lack of reliability, 
> despite the (significant and interesting) new features that is has 
> offered compared with Jaguar.

I received your message earlier today. I also replied to it. Penn State 
has been having substantial mail trouble and the listserver had 
thousands of messages queued to be sent. It appears to be catching up 
now (fingers crossed).

All the best,

-- Gary
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