In a message dated 10/19/2000 7:38:42 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> I need ideas on how to flatten out some portrait collages my classes made
> using 60 # drawing paper, elmer's glue, and pieces of magazine pages.
If you lightly moisten the back of the paper with a sponge and then put it
under a flat surface with some weight, it will flatten out when it becomes
dry. Don't remove unless it is dry and warm to the touch otherwise it will
San Jose CA
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Woody - in this case it is a glitch in your server. Occasionally the server will not automatically delete outgoing messages (this is already set up on their server - they won't rely on your computer settings). Then something will trigger the server to "burp" out messages. This happened to my neighbor, but in her case she shut off her computer when it had downloaded 10,000+ e-mails. She called the ISP and they reset their server which allowed her to start fresh!