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Subject:Re: Re: A little moderation, please From:rpachol9 <rpachol9 -at- SKYPOINT -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 11 Dec 1996 00:12:47 -0600
on 12/10/96 11:49 AM, don smith wrote via Re: A little moderation,
It is necessary, if you want to be pleased with this list, to learn to
use the "Subject". Here is the clue as to make the decision to read the
mail or to pass.
I for one do not want to break the list into segments. I am sure to miss
the very thing I AM interested in. In any case, not everything fits
nicely into someone else's category.
i totally agree. the subject line is key to separating junk from interest.