Answering by mail


#1

I tried to answer to an answer to a post received by mail, and strangely enough “answer” simply doesn’t work, and result to a message of error being returned (cited below, it talks about incorrect message-id while I find it is correct, as well as References and In-Reply-To headers) while “answer to all” results to no answer, nor the thing being posted to the forum.

“We’re sorry, but your email message to [“jitsi@discoursemail.com”]
(titled Re: [Jitsi Community Forum - developers & users]
[Developers] Cant create a dash in conference names) didn’t work.

None of the destination email addresses are recognized, or the
Message-ID header in the email has been modified. Please make sure
that you are sending to the correct email address provided by
staff.”


#2

Test reply via email.


#3

Hum it seems it works for me. What is the destination email you used, it should be something like: jitsi+92a5f02d104ab290bfa4b248101ec3a7@discoursemail.com?


#4

Ok, just noticed the Reply-To header my mail client wasn’t honoring, going to see why.


#5

Also, sadly, this whole thread wasn’t sent to me by mail: is there a way to answer by mail to stuff you didn’t receive by mail? and a way to receive stuff you posted yourself or stuff posted while you were on the website? and a way to rereceive by email already sent stuff (kind of like downloadable archives in mbox format you can find in many mailing-lists)?


#6

I have no idea … what I can advise is forward your questions to the discourse’s forum. This is instance is hosted by them and then can help you with these specific questions.


#7

Is there a mail adress that could be used to post on their forum?


#8

No idea, I suppose there is, you can check on https://meta.discourse.org/

Our community wanted us to move away from mail and use a forum based place to ask questions, in a result people started using gihub issues to ask questions and we moved away from the mailinglists …


#9

FWIT email seems to be working fine for me – I can reply, and I receive everything.

Boris