can an admin fix my old mail subscription [SPAM Score rating "3.000"]
robin.hodder at roberthorne.co.uk
Fri Sep 15 04:46:24 EDT 2006
Is this a hint that the replying etiquette is 'below' rather than 'above'?
that's one of the fascinating debates that was raging last time I was
looking at this list. What was the outcome of that one?
Anyway, I had the 'receiving digest, but posts getting lost' problem just
start up randomly one day prolly over a year ago. I only just set up this
present account a couple of days ago, so there has been no duplication of
any sort till now.
So I'm gonna follow the good peoples advice and un-sub my 'home' account
for a while and then try and re-sub.
From: Jim Jordan [mailto:j8k3sp00n at gmail.com]
Sent: 15 September 2006 01:02
To: 'Robin Hodder'; 'Quattro'
Subject: RE: can an admin fix my old mail subscription [SPAM Score
>From: Robin Hodder [mailto:robin.hodder at roberthorne.co.uk]
>Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 9:31 AM
>Subject: can an admin fix my old mail subscription
> Hi Gang,
> First , thanks for all the FA offers that have whizzed
> I've certainly enjoyed being able to post to the list
>again via this new account I've created, but for obvious
>professionalism reasons I'd prefer to be able to be able to do
>this from home rather than at work.
Hi Robin Hood,
I think your problem may be that you have more than one email address on the
Q list. I've had that problem more than once. The last time I looked the
registry is down for maintenance and you probably have an email address
there that hasn't been changed. Also, you must send mail to the Q list with
the same email address that you receive email from the list with.
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