Em 2019-05-30T19:02:57-0400, Daniel Kahn Gillmor escreveu: > Have you reported this to Dell? This sounds like something that anyone > at Dell who understands the technical issues would want to fix. If > you've reported it publicly, i'd appreciate a pointer to the discussion. I have just sent an email to a Dell saleswoman I had previously corresponded with. I asked her to forward the report to the appropriate organizational unit and tell me the ticket identifier should a ticket be created. This was the only contact channel I found; I first looked into Dell's website and found no better option. > If you'd care to forward me a zipfile containing examples of at least > two distinct messages with the same message ID, i'd love to look through > a copy of this sort of confusion. It's good to understand the different > ways these sort of things go wrong.
I have attached a tarball with three homonymous messages from Dell. The last (most recent) two have the same subject and bodies, but the first (earliest) one is different and yet they all have Message-Id 1. I have included the Notmuch list as a recipient because the tarball is a mere 11252B. Regards -- - I am Brazilian. I hope my English is correct and I welcome feedback - Please adopt free formats like PDF, ODF, Org, LaTeX, Opus, WebM and 7z - Free/libre software for Android: https://f-droid.org/ - [[https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html][What is free software?]]
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