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1999\04\13@043403 by Gerhard Fiedler

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At 01:03 04/13/99 -0700, Mark Willis wrote:
>  If I can get through reading the manual & then we can get through the
>setup period, there's a bunch of technology possibilities on the PICList
>- including a way to let us split the PICList into sub-sections, and let
>each of us pick and choose which sections they want to receive, or not
>receive.  We would all need to educate ourselves a little more (It's a
>little harder to use the list, if we do this, you have to use the right
>key-word when starting a new thread, or the entire thread can be lost to
>the whole list.)

to help the really OT-bothered, there might be a way to enforce the use of
a pre-defined set of keywords (like [OT], [WayOT], [Ass], [C], [Hw], ...)
-- if none of the choosen keywords is present in the subject, the message
gets not delivered :)

people may post OT without marking it as "[OT]", but i doubt that anyone
would put an OT topic under a pic keyword. so this may be a way to get to a
classification of all messages. (of course, wandering threads wouldn't be
affected by this... :)

ge

PS if anybody of our spanish speaking friends cares and didn't notice: the
n with a tilde in the subject didn't get through (i guess that's normal for
subjects) -- looks rather funny: "espaqol" :)

1999\04\13@065846 by paulb

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Gerhard Fiedler wrote:

> the n with a tilde in the subject didn't get through (I guess that's
> normal for subjects) -- looks rather funny: "espaqol" :)

 I wonder whay that is?
--
 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\04\13@065856 by paulb

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Gerhard Fiedler wrote:

> the n with a tilde in the subject didn't get through (I guess that's
> normal for subjects) -- looks rather funny: "espaqol" :)

 I wonder why that is?
--
 Cheers,
       Paul B.

1999\04\13@153432 by Gerhard Fiedler

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At 20:55 04/13/99 +1000, Paul B. Webster VK2BZC wrote:
>> the n with a tilde in the subject didn't get through (I guess that's
>> normal for subjects) -- looks rather funny: "espaqol" :)
>
>  I wonder whay that is?

one reason could be that the header information is not part of the possibly
MIME encoded body.

ge

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