In all cases, my messages failed to appear on the list. Yet I
received no bounce or other error message.
The problem turned out to be:
(a) my messages are sent with an S/MIME signature, and,
(b) the list software rejects all messages with attachments
Now, rejecting messages with attachments is good behaviour for a
mailing list. However, doing so silently is bad. Further, for the
special case of S/MIME signatures, they should be passed along or
stripped (and stripped for the digest), and not cause the entire
message to be rejected.
shad 96c / uw cs 2001
/ mac activist / fumbler / eda / headliner / navy-souper
fan of / sophie b. / steve poltz / habs / bills / 49ers /
there goes the last DJ / who plays what he wants to play /
and says what he wants to say, hey hey hey /
and there goes your freedom of choice / there goes the last human
-- Tom Petty, "The Last DJ"