I am not a fan of web mail in any form and of Gmail in particular
because it causes me to explain this problem to so many members of Yahoo
Groups I manage.
If, indeed, there is a way to defeat this "feature" within Gmail itself,
I am unaware of it and not a single individual reporting the problem has
ever replied to me that he solved the problem.
I do advocate the use of a local email client, such as Thunderbird,
instead of any form of web mail.
On 10/15/2011 10:26 AM, Hank Garretson wrote:
> I may be wrong, but I think this is covered in Gmail FAQs. One man's feature
> is another man's bane. To see your own postings, select ALL MAIL on the left
> side and your postings will be there.
> Hank, W6SX
> On Sat, Oct 15, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Larry McDavid<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Jim, I own and moderate several Yahoo Groups and am a member of numerous
>> other mail lists. The problem that users with Gmail accounts do not
>> receive their own posts to mail lists is well known and unsolvable
>> directly. It's a *terrible* Gmail "feature."
>> Every email has a "serial number." Gmail checks inbound emails against
>> the list of serial numbers of emails you sent; it they match, Gmail
>> discards the inbound email. They call this a "feature."
>> This causes many duplicate postings because folks think their email was
>> not distributed by the mail list. You must check the archives or Yahoo
>> Group messages to find your own email to *know* that your email was
>> Yes, you can open a second Gmail email account with a different user
>> name and use that; But, then you need both email addresses to be
>> registered with the mail list or you must remember to manually add the
>> other email to your "To" list. Inconvenient...
>> Dump Gmail and get a different email provider, or, better, don't use web
>> mail at all and get a real email client such as Thunderbird. This avoids
>> having all your email stored on some remote server with unknown security.
>> Best wishes,
>> Larry McDavid W6FUB
>> Anaheim, CA (20 miles southeast of Los Angeles, near Disneyland)
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