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Re: [IP] Volume of Email



maybe it's just me but the more i hear somthing the better it sinks in isay
keep the great advice and mail a come'n!
NO SURRENDER NO RETREAT!!
BARRY BRUCE
email @ redacted

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> From: Dan Oliver <email @ redacted>
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IP] Volume of Email
> Date: Monday, February 09, 1998 2:04 PM
> 
> Here's my $.02 on the subject...
> 
> Unless a response is _truly_ private, I'd like to be the one to decide
> whether or not a particular message is interesting or useful to me.  If
that
> involves wading through a lot of messages that _aren't_ interesting to
me,
> so be it.  At least I had the chance to see them and judge for myself.
> 
> If the email volume becomes too much to handle, I'll switch to digest
format.
> 
> As far as locating private email addresses, they're pretty easy to find
in
> the Members section of the web site.
> 
> DanO
> --------
> At 10:30 2/9/98 -0800, Janine wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >My only concern with what Katie said is the following:
> >
> >>It may also be helpful if we respond privately (the senders private
email
> >>address is supplied when they post each email) rather than hitting
reply if
> >>the group cannot benefit as a whole from the info.
> >
> >I think responding privately is great if it is personal but sometimes
the
> >person's return e-mail *does not* show up, to me at least.  I put my
e-mail
> >address in my signature file, so it goes out automatically in the text.
> >
> >Other than that I agree, especially with more careful use of subject
line
> >changes when appropriate.
> >
> >Janine
> >
> >-----------------------
> >Vancouver, BC, Canada
> >email @ redacted
> >
> >
> >