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From "xzxz@mail.ru" <x...@mail.ru>
Subject Re: Bad syntax or unknown instruction
Date Wed, 16 Sep 2009 20:05:26 GMT
Ben Martz ?????:
> Am I the only one seeing these emails? Anyone know who to contact to get
> this fixed?
>
>   
No. You are not alone.
> Cheers,
> Ben
>
> On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:26 AM, Minimalist Manager <minimalist@inau.org.ua
>   
>> wrote:
>>     
>
>   
>>  * (LUCENENET-194) Bug in
>>  Lucene.Net.Document.Document.cs GetFieldables method *
>>
>> ERROR:
>>        Bad syntax or unknown instruction.
>>
>> SOLUTION:
>>
>> This is the Minimalist Mailing List Manager.
>>
>> Commands may be either in subject of message (one command per message)
>> or in body (one or more commands, one per line). Batched processing starts
>> when subject either empty or contains command 'body' (without quotes) and
>> stops when either arrives command 'stop' or 'exit' (without quotes) or
>> gets 10 incorrect commands.
>>
>> Supported commands are:
>>
>> subscribe <list> [<email>] :
>>    Subscribe user to <list>. If <list> contains suffix '-writers', user
>>    will be able to write to this <list>, but will not receive messages
>>    from it.
>>
>> unsubscribe <list> [<email>] :
>>    Unsubscribe user from <list>. Can be used with suffix '-writers' (see
>>    above description for subscribe)
>>
>> auth <code> :
>>    Confirm command, used in response to subscription requests in some
>> cases.
>>    This command isn't standalone, it must be used only in response to a
>>    request by Minimalist.
>>
>> mode <list> <email> <mode> :
>>    Set mode for specified user on specified list. Allowed only for
>>    administrator. Mode can be (without quotes):
>>      * 'reader' - read-only access to the list for the user;
>>      * 'writer' - user can post messages to the list regardless of list's
>>                   status
>>      * 'usual' -  clear any two above mentioned modes
>>      * 'suspend' - suspend user subscription
>>      * 'resume' - resume previously suspended permission
>>      * 'maxsize <size>' - set maximum size (in bytes) of messages, which
>>                           user wants to receive
>>      * 'reset' - clear all modes for specified user
>>
>> suspend <list> :
>>    Stop receiving of messages from specified mailing list
>>
>> resume <list> :
>>    Restore receiving of messages from specified mailing list
>>
>> maxsize <list> <size> :
>>    Set maximum size (in bytes) of messages, which user wants to receive
>>
>> which [<email>] :
>>    Return list of lists to which user is subscribed
>>
>> info [<list>] :
>>    Request information about all existing lists or about <list>
>>
>> who <list> :
>>    Return the list of users subscribed to <list>
>>
>> help :
>>    This message
>>
>> Note, that commands with <email>, 'who' and 'mode' can only be used by
>> administrators (users identified in the 'mailfrom' authentication scheme or
>> who used a correct password - either global or local). Otherwise command
>> will
>> be ignored. Password must be supplied in any header of message as fragment
>> of
>> the header in the following format:
>>
>> {pwd: list_password}
>>
>> For example:
>>
>> To: MML Discussion {pwd: password1235} <mml-general@kiev.sovam.com>
>>
>> This fragment, of course, will be removed from the header before sending
>> message
>> to subscribers.
>>
>> --
>> Sincerely, the Minimalist
>>
>>     
>
>
>
>   


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