Re: [siesta-dev] new tuit sink?

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From: Richard Clamp
Subject: Re: [siesta-dev] new tuit sink?
Date: 21:31 on 09 Apr 2003
First a reminder.  Nick you're subscribed at, and we have no
approval mechanism yet, please post from there as when you don't it
causes me to curse your parents :)  Keep this up and you'll just force
me to write the approval code.

On Wed, Apr 09, 2003 at 09:04:24PM +0100, Nicholas Clark wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 09, 2003 at 08:50:15PM +0100, Richard Clamp wrote:
> >
> Are all the (no message)s where it infers a missing message from references
> headers or suchlike?

Yup, it's a container for the thread structure that appears to be
present.  I'm not sure if there's an easy way to collapse them
intelligently, but right now this was easiest.

> I notice that p5p mail has an X-ListArchive header that points to a URL
> on the web access to something apparently NNTP. Will the nameless
> thing be capable of sitting in a pipeline such that it can add its archive
> headers into messages in transit?

Yes and no.  When it all becomes a bit more developed the Archive
plugin will add a header to all messages that pass through it.  This
header will indicate where the message is likely to be archived.
nameless will take note of this when it comes to generating the web
pages.  That way you don't have to use Siesta with nameless, or vice
versa, but there will be benefits to doing so.

Richard Clamp <>
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