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David L. Bergart said:
> So, you want to post mail to this list. Very good, but it seems that you
> don't know how to operate your posting software yet. What a newbie! I'll try
I think you're being a little hard on yourself. Everyone misposts once
in a while. That is where the term 'e-oops' comes from. It's easy to
tell when someone does this...for one thing, I never read past the
first page if it's all quoted text, so I end up deleting these right