RE: XSL-list name discrimination!

Subject: RE: XSL-list name discrimination!
From: "Selva, Francis" <Francis.Selva@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2000 11:23:00 -0700
I get this problem sometimes and as a matter of fact I even asked the same
question like yours before.Atleast you are getting the emails in an order
but sometimes I get the answers first.Then I figured it out that it has
something to do with my company's email server also.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Warren Hedley [mailto:w.hedley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 6:18 PM
> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: XSL-list name discrimination!
> My posts to the XSL-list seem to take an amazingly long
> time to make the round-trip back to me, and I think the
> cause might be my name!
> As a case in point consider the recent thread called
> "Standalone Attributes" started by Carlson Thor. According
> to my browser he sent it at 9:12 am EDT. I received at
> 10:27 EDT, where the holdup appears to have been half an
> hour with majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and a whole hour at
> While the message was in transit, Michael Kay and Ben Robb
> both replied to the original post - of course I didn't see
> these posts until 10:53 and 10:57 respectively, although
> they were sent at 9:35 and 9:19 (yes somehow the order got
> switched).
> In short, I never stood a chance.
> Is anyone else experiencing these delays? What's with the
> intermediary? Can we have some kind of
> random mailing order on the list so that those disadvantaged by
> our parent's taste can have the prestige that goes with
> the first reply? Maybe I've got it all wrong and majordomo
> sends out posts based on the order in which people signed
> up - I had to unsuscribe and resuscribe recently.
> In the meantime, I'm considering changing my name by
> deedpoll to Aardvark. Has a nice ring to it.
> -- 
> Warren Hedley
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