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Re: Working within the Getty rules
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]kimberly
Sun, 7 Nov 1999 17:1:30
I'm away at the TAEA Conference in Houston. I was able to log on to the
Getty and see the messages, switch my account to no-mail (since we were
told the changes would be happening before I left I was afraid to
unsubscribe), and post this message. I think that the changes are going to
help. I know in the past I've sent a how to unsubscribe message to at least
2-3 people a month, because they keep sending unsubscribe messages to the
main list. The twenty line limit on replies isn't that bad. I think it was
directed at people who reply to the digest, resending the whole thing.
Though that hasn't happened often. Those of us who get individual messages
need to remember, others are trying to scan through the whole digest (I
don't know how y'all do it. I tried it and it drove me crazy
;-)) quotes might make the digest harder to read and diffently make it
longer (some systems have limits on the size of e-mails they receive.
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
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