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Re: Should we drop the digest?
>There are many times I find that none of the subjects apply to me in either a
>need basis or a help basis, so I don't have to download the file (talk about
>Anyway, I love the list and the help all of you provide. And for sake of the
>tally, throw my hat in the "keep the digest" circle.
I do agree with your sentiment about keeping the digest,...
but you say you are able to read a digest's subject list and _then_ make a
decision about whether "to download the file".? How? In my experience, the
digest arrives as an e-mail message which must be downloaded in order to
read its list of subjects. Using the website-based daily archive (not
really a digest) is the only way I can think of doing something like what
you claim to be able to do.
Phil Rose Rochester, NY
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