Edward B Richards zuu6k at juno.com
Fri Feb 29 12:45:06 EST 2008

Brian et al;

Perhaps it is only my server but when I try to put my address in the body
of the text, it puts it in blue which triggers a change to HTML which the
reflector rejected. I am not computer literate and had to send the post
to a friend of mine in Israel who deleted the HTML so the reflector would
accept it. It turns out that if JUNO sees a color or change of font and
some other things, it changes to HTML. I am not smart enough to know what
to do. In the future I will spell out the address instead of using the @
symbol if that is OK with the moderator. For instance:  zuu6k at
juno.com. However, people cannot just click on it as a link. Maybe I just
won't post any more ads to this reflector. This will hurt the other
members more than me. It will deny them access to my items for sale (like
new tubes for 1/2 price) while I can continue to sell on other
reflectors. I do want to say that I appreciate the use of the reflector
and the work that the moderators do. It is just that people don't like to
be threatened, including me. Thank you.  73, Ed Richards  K6UUZ.  REPLY

On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 10:11:33 -0600 "A.R.S. - WA5AM" <ars.w5ami at gmail.com>
> Well, not a good day for me, I guess....
> Some of you should remember when we DID change the config of the 
> list
> where a simple reply (not reply all) would go to the sender and NOT
> the list.  Everyone complained for about a week or more about that, 
> so
> I put it back the way it was.  That was about 2 years or more ago.
> What I can do folks???  I make it one way and people complain, I 
> make
> it another way, and I still get it.  How hard is it for someone to
> simply embed their email address in their for sale ads so someone 
> can
> just click on it to buy and item ???????  My email address is
> ars.w5ami at gmail.com, and that took me less than 5 seconds to type 
> in
> this posting..  Go figure...  That's all we/I ask..
> I do the best I can with ALL of this.  I get complaints in personal
> email about all the excessive quoting in replies, the buyers saying
> "I'll take this or that", and a lot of other crap.  I don't get 
> paid
> for any of this, and I try to appease all the best I can.  I guess 
> the
> question now is who is it I need to appease.
> 10 years with this has maybe taken my toll, so if any of you think 
> or
> want to deal with what I do on a nearly daily basis, let me know.
> 73
> Brian / wa5am
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