[AMRadio] Re: AMRadio Digest, Vol 16, Issue 8

Bob WB5YYX wb5yyx at uphi.net
Mon May 9 06:07:24 EDT 2005


As a former Customer Service Representative with AOL and Earthlink I can
certainly sympathize with what you are going through. If you need any
assistance Brian, I would be very pleased to help you in any capacity you
would like. Please consider this a standing offer!

Have a great day today!

Best 73's,


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Subject: AMRadio Digest, Vol 16, Issue 8

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> From: "Brian Sherrod" <arksky at alltel.net>
> Subject: [AMRadio] Posting to this list - ALL MEMBERS PLEASE READ
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> I hope this does not seem redundant, however I must once again remind the
members who
> have more than one email account about receiving posting errors.  Many of
us have
> multiple email accounts/addresses these days, like a Yahoo account in
addition to the
> account your ISP provides to you.  At least once a week I get email from
members who
> receive the list mail as expected, but when they want to post a message,
it comes
> back as rejected.  Some of the emails I get about this are rather irate
until they
> realize they sent the message to the AM list from an email account other
than the one
> they used to subscribe with.
> At this time, there are NO members being moderated or screened for their
> and I really don't think I have ever had to moderate certain members on
our list.  We
> have a good group of people on the AM List, no doubt!
> PLEASE, if you do send a message to our list and it is rejected, the only
reason that
> would occur, is if you are not a member, or you are using a mail account
(POP) that
> is different from the one you used for your list membership.  That account
is the
> ONLY way the list software has to know who you are, and determine if you
> subscribed.
> If you use something like MS Outlook or Outlook Express, you can select
which account
> to use on the FROM line when you send out email, that is if you have your
> accounts setup to send mail.  Other email clients have similar methods to
setup more
> than one account too.
> Brian / W5AMI
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