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The tag is described as being for the mailer; however, a number of folks use it when describing issues with infix and postfix notation.

Can we make and tags and blacklist ?

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Hmm. Maybe postfix-mta instead of -mailer? – Charles Jan 18 '13 at 20:01

As far as I can tell, there are very few questions as compared to . I suggest we first retag all questions as such, and then rename/merge to .

I've already started on some retagging. This search should help catch the bulk of mistagged posts.

Update: Finished retagging those posts. Now onwards with:

The following searches cannot be blanket-retagged, look carefully:

That ought to cover all of the mistagged questions.

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I'm beginning to think that we need more tags. Ugh. I've cleaned up a few questions that were talking about the post-increment operator ++, but there are some C++ questions that are talking about postfix operators in general and I'm not really knowledgeable enough to attack those... – Charles Jan 18 '13 at 21:41

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