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Re: st: Disappearing Statalist posts (was: RE: RE: RE: Which inverter? (was: RE: RE: ivreg2 weak-id statistic and quadratic terms))


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Disappearing Statalist posts (was: RE: RE: RE: Which inverter? (was: RE: RE: ivreg2 weak-id statistic and quadratic terms))
Date   Tue, 21 Feb 2012 19:34:56 +0000

Unfortunately it is difficult to say anything precise about problems
of this kind. As already hinted the problems are likely to be at each
user's end. I've also noticed that one of my mailers always declares
posts from a certain Statalist member as spam and one Statalist member
(not the same person) reported that my own posts had been declared as
spam by her mailer. So looking in the spam folder for missing emails
is therefore good advice.

Nick

On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Schaffer, Mark E <M.E.Schaffer@hw.ac.uk> wrote:

> I'm pretty sure that in my case it wasn't in the spam folder.  Can't
> speak for Miroslav, though.

DE SOUZA Eric

>> Have you checked your spam folder? For some reason, several
>> Statalist posts end up in my spam folder. I think that this
>> is specific to the way  is identified by our IT system here,
>> but one never knows.

Schaffer, Mark E

>> NB: With apologies for the thread-changing ... Miroslav wrote
>> to me directly because for some reason he didn't receive my
>> Statalist post, and only spotted it on the Statalist archive.
>>  I've had a similar experience recently - something was
>> posted to Statalist and showed up in the Statalist archive,
>> but I didn't receive it as an email even though I was getting
>> plenty of other Statalist posts at the time.  Has anybody
>> else had this problem?

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