Vittorio.Bares at nuance.com
Wed Aug 20 05:03:31 PDT 2008
I can see how it might clutter your mail box if you subscribe to the
My approach is to browse the marketplace at my convenience as I already
have too many emails from work to start with. When browsing via I.E. it
isn't a big deal and its pretty convenient that they are all grouped
You might also consider creating a rule in your outlook to collect or
delete those items - there's usually some consistent data in the email
to allow you to do so.
However if Brett and Mark believe they can create a separate Part-Out
section - that would be best.
From: quattro-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:quattro-bounces at audifans.com]
On Behalf Of Brett Dikeman
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 11:50 PM
To: Todd Rountree
Cc: quattro at audifans.com
Subject: Re: marketplace abuse?
I know the person doing some of it. He's a (very) old list member,
though not very active these days. I've emailed him asking him to
consolidate his postings. If it continues to be a problem, I'll start
talking with Mark about enhancing the marketplace to either better
accommodate parting-outs in some fashion (since they're fairly
common)...or maybe enforce a reasonable per-person limit.
Suggestions are welcome.
On Aug 19, 2008, at 6:10 PM, Todd Rountree wrote:
> Maybe this isn't the place to vent, so please accept my apologies if
> I'm out of line, but I am really annoyed with a select few
> individuals who post massive amounts of items in the audifans.com
> marketplace at once. It is my understanding that the marketplace is
> for private individuals that are posting Audi-related items from
> their projects and not for people who part cars for profit to post
> individual posts for every single piece of the car they're parting.
> I don't mind if these people listed all of the parts their selling
> from a single parts car in ONE listing, but when I have to sift
> through the same 100 posts that get bumped to the top of the list a
> couple times a week, well that's really annoying. Now it's gotten
> to the point where one guy is even posting non-Audi-related items
> for sale (honda motorcycles) in the parts section of the
> marketplace. Am I alone in my opinion that this practice should not
> be allowed? Is there anyone that can take care of it? Again, I
> apologize if I'm out of line or this is the wrong place to vent.
> Your opinions on this issue are welcome. Thanks!
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