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Re: [teacherartexchange] Digest vs. "regular"


Date: Sun Sep 14 2008 - 04:44:52 PDT

If you get each message as an individual e-mail, you're not on digest. If you get all posts
in one really long e-mail, you're on digest.

We've been trying for years to get all digest users to delete all those posts when they're
responding, except for the specific one they're responding to. We've also been trying for
years to get everyone to change the subject line on the digest when they're responding so it
says something more relevant than just "digest." I no longer read/respond to posts with the
anonymous "digest" in the subject line, and I know I'm not alone.


> If I don't understand this does that mean I don't get the list in
> "digest form"? My emails are not long, and I don't understand this
> request.
> Gayle

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