How to find source and targhet of data transmissions
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Sun Mar 3 10:14:04 UTC 2019
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>On Sun, 3 Mar 2019 at 19:43, Bret Busby <bret.busby at gmail.com<mailto:bret.busby at gmail.com>> wrote:
>I have posted a screenshot, but, it is waiting the list moderator's
>approval, as the message is apparently about 76kB, with a list message
>maximum size of 40kB.
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I guess personally this is another reason to work from the command line.
Unless you are trying to debug the GUI the text files are likely more directly diagnostic
of whatever problem you have.
The system is not likely reacting to the GUI as much as text files it generates. It would be easier to
take snippets from the more relevant text files. fwiw
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