Well, I just got a rejection, and I'm not sure if I should be encouraged by the last paragraph:

Thank you for the submission of your story "The Magician's Rock." Unfortunately, I'm going to pass on it at this time. My apologies for the form reply and lack of comments, but I've gotten too far behind on
submissions, and my priority right now is to simply give everybody an answer. After this batch, I will finally be caught up, however, so in the future, I might be able to give better feedback (not always, but I do try to do so when possible). Additionally, I'll be running a status log of submissions on the guidelines page at ww.elysianfiction.com/gls.asp so that authors can know where I stand and how long I've been taking on recent replies.

Again, thank you for sending this my way, I hope to see more from you in the future, and good luck with your story elsewhere.

So does the fact that he says he hopes to see more from me in future mean that I should send any future stories that fit his magazine's guidelines to him? Or is it just a polite closing line?