ars.w5ami at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 15:12:51 EDT 2009
We will, from time to time, have a subject posted that should not be, and
usually it's nipped in the bud real fast, thanks to Jim or one of the other
moderators. There is nothing wrong with this mic thread, so either take
Jim's suggestion, set a filter in your email client to delete certain
subjects, or unsubscribe. Those are your only alternatives to reading it,
or just hitting DEL...
Brian / wa5am
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 1:56 PM, Jim Wilhite <w5jo at brightok.net> wrote:
> Ladies and Gentlemen if one at a time mail is too much then you may try
> changing to the Digest Mode. In that fashion you will receive several
> messages bundled in one so you can read or ignore any message you choose
> at your pleasure. Then when you delete the digest, you will remove
> several messages at one time making the work much less.
> As long as the discussions and suggestions to change subjects remain
> civil then everything is fine. The volume of messages is not
> problematic for us. I read every message, not only for content, but for
> acceptibility and I want you to know that I am proud to be associated
> with a group such as this. In the nearly 4 years I have been here,
> there has been only two incidents that the list owner had to remove
> members. You guys are great to work with and I want you to know I
> appreciate your behavior, knowledge, abilities and tolerance.
> This message is not pointed at any member(s) but just a note to give an
> alternative to multiple messages throughout the day. Thanks guys and
> gals. You are great members.
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