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The Tomcat user mailing list is for all your questions about how to use Tomcat. It is a high volume list! For those who can't handle that kind of traffic, you can also get it in digest form.
Here are some links about how to use mailing lists and standard etiquette in using mailing lists. These links are not Tomcat specific! Please do not contact the author of these documents with questions.
- How do I subscribe?
- Why won't people answer my question?
- How do I unsubscribe?
- Should I post to users or dev?
See the mailing list page. If you are unable to subscribe, it could be due to your e-mail system mangling your e-mail addresaddress.
If you send an e-mail to the list owner to subscribe you to the list, be prepared to wait until the owner has an opportunity to add you to the list.
It could be one of any of the following answers:
- "help" in the subject line (we know you need help by writing in the first place)
- plz or please in the subject line. We already know you need help.
- ALL CAPS IN THE SUBJECT LINE. (Sorry for anyone emailing from a mainframe)
- Do not place !! (more than 2!) in the subject line. The number of exclamation points has no relation to anyone's interest in answering the question. In fact - it has a higher chance at being ignored.
- Your e-mail has a return receipt. You don't need to know I got the message.
- Select posters who have consistently displayed no desire to research before posting a question.
See the mailing list page. If you are unable to unsubscribe, it could be due to your e-mail system mangling your e-mail address or you have subscribed under an alias. In that case, maybe this thread will help.
If you send an e-mail to the list owner to remove you from the list, be prepared to continue receiving more e-mails from the lists until the owner has an opportunity to remove you from the list.
tomcat-user is for user based questions for tomcat. That means anyone who is developing any type of software to be used with tomcat.