On 2014-07-31 16:04, Brian Barker wrote:
From one computer I see my own replies and from another computer I
don't, there is a definite quirk there. But to make up for sometimes not
seeing my own replies I always get your replies in stereo, although I
haven't figured out which is the left and right channel.
At 19:34 30/07/2014 -0700, Wanda Moore wrote:
I have tried to email questions, but they have never been responded to.
This seems to be untrue:
o Your message of 25 May 2012 ("Documents do strange things") resulted
in thirteen list replies, and you must have seen these, as one reply
was from you!
o Your message of 15 March 2012 ("Problem with LibreOffice-text won't
stay put") resulted in eight list replies, including three from you.
I have been getting everyone else's emails, which is in the hundreds.
That is the nature of a mailing list.
I don't know why I haven't gotten through about my questions . . . .
Please let me know how I can do this.
Er, improve your recall?! (And note that you will not see your own
messages to the list echoed back to you, but that is a quirk of Gmail,
your mail provider, which sees trashing these copies as helpful!)
I no longer want to receive everyone else's emails.
Then you no longer want to be subscribed to the list.
I trust this helps.
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