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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • That's what the 'b' key is for in mutt. I just bounce it to RT and it sits there appearing to have come from the original sender.
    • I've been bouncing direct mail to perl5-porters for a while. Sod ettiquette - if someone is not able to read the fine manual on where to report problems, I'm going to take direct action. I've also changed my public e-mail address on PAUSE to nwc10+please+use+perlbug+for+perl+queries@colon.colondot.net (and yes, that is a valid address that works, although MBM's MTA is deliberately very very picky and reasons it gives for bouncing mail are probably valid). acme said that he used to get a lot of private mail about perl 5 when 5.005_04 was the most recent official release - I can only infer that people saw my previous public PAUSE e-mail address (possibly via search.cpan.org [cpan.org]) and thought that talking.bollo.cx wasn't a real domain, whereas astray.com conforms to their expectations.

      $ host -t mx talking.bollo.cx
      talking.bollo.cx mail is handled (pri=30) by mango.news.easynet.net
      talking.bollo.cx mail is handled (pri=10) by plum.flirble.org
      talking.bollo.cx mail is handled (pri=20) by peach.flirble.org
      talking.bollo.cx mail is handled (pri=30) by lemon.news.easynet.net

      Looks real enough to me :-)