I had been having trouble tracking some of the threads on both the user and dev Accumulo lists. I realized this morning it was because emails were being delayed. For example, David Medinets posted "Accumulo Blog Posts" to the dev list 6 days ago.
I got Billie's response on the 12th.
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But just got Dave's original email today.
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I've been seeing delays, and another user on the Bigtop mailing list reported similar problems a short time ago. I also got a notice yesterday that emails from the mailing list were bouncing back, and emails from several other committers with whom I communicate regularly are getting flagged as possible scams. I would suspect gmail, but all of these problems seem isolated to emails coming through the ASF mailing lists. On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 1:57 PM, Michael Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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