2010/1/16 Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag(a)gmail.com>:
> W dniu 16.01.2010 02:39, Yuan Yijun pisze:
>> why revert my change? The new lists are already working.
> The lists are working, but as I said in my previous mail, their Bugzilla
> accounts are not yet updated with the new addresses. Until this is done,
> there must be old ones here. Otherwise we will get errors from Bugzilla
> every hour.
I've created a bugzilla account for trans-zh_cn list, however the
bugzilla account is already in the "accept_these_nonmembers" list,
thus the email to create account is received by every trans-zh_cn
subscriber. The links for signing up purpose should be one time only,
so others can ignore them. But how to prevent others from resetting
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