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[nct-l] RE: [pct-l] Re: PCT-L digest, Vol 1 #169 - 11 msgs
- Subject: [nct-l] RE: [pct-l] Re: PCT-L digest, Vol 1 #169 - 11 msgs
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Elliott, Patrick S)
- Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 14:56:15 -0500
Along these same lines, I have a suggestion for those of us who do not
like Linda's recipe posts. You can make an automated filter/rule to
delete anything from "email@example.com".
Another option would be for Linda to put a prefix of "RECIPE:" in the
subject of her recipes to allow subject filtering. The offendees could
automatically delete messages with "RECIPE:" in the subject. This could
then be a general guideline for anyone posting recipes, not just Linda.
Then anyone offended by recipes would not get them.
From: Kathy Seasholtz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 2:10 PM
To: ROYROBIN@aol.com; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [pct-l] Re: PCT-L digest, Vol 1 #169 - 11 msgs
I enjoy, for the most part, the many topics that appear on this list
to blister mending, etc. If you rubber stamp every topic that doesn't
a certain few, what will you have left? If someone's willing to go to
to share trail-related information with the rest of us, I appreciate
I just use the delete key through the topics that don't interest me.
I agree with the topic or quantity of posts is secondary to a person's
to post trail-related information. We have to endure other people's
about topics that are near and dear to their hearts and maybe not
This is a great list and I've picked up a lot of great information