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*.answers post-approval guidelines
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The following is a list of some situations which might occur AFTER
your posting has been approved for *.answers, and what you need to do
for each one.  (If you find you've made an error, and you're just
correcting your headers to agree with what was approved in the first
place, you don't need to get it reapproved; but sending us a note
would be nice so we don't bug you about the original problem when our
archival software notices it.)

Note that if none of these situations occur, the *.answers moderators 
will expect you to continue posting your posting regularly, and there 
is no need to resubmit your posting just because you are regularly 
revising its CONTENTS.

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