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Thread: Helping Profs. help students
picon face BY : James Michael Newton email (remove spam text)

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How about if we ammend the PICList FAQ to add a section for professors... We could ask them to post using one of the existig topic tags but with a specific, additional bit of text in the subject line that consultants who want to avoid student "clients" could setup thier email clients to filter for.

Perhaps "[OT]: [HOMEWORK]". We could add a mailto link like
KILLspampiclistKILLspamspammitvma.mit.edu?subject=%5BOT%5D%3A%20%5BHOMEWORK%5D> to make it easy.

Does it seem like that would help?

James Newton, PICList Admin #3
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