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Hi :)
Yeh, i click a tick-box somewhere to set something to avoid sending me
duplicates and i think another box somewhere to avoid sending me emails i
sent.  I still send myself things by email but now instead of being alerted
by seeing it in my in-tray i have to remember and dig around in my outbox.
So 1 handy tool, that helped me with my memory issues, has gone.  Such is
life though.

Wrt using Nabble or Gmane or weekly bulletins, as opposed to getting every
single email, it all kinda relies on unsubscribing first and then
resubscribing with the appropriate settings doesn't it?  The link for help
with these sorts of things is at the bottom of each email (but who reads
every sig, right?  I know i don't.)
I really kinda like Nabble.  I was really tempted to use it instead of
using the normal email system too but then i stopped using Yahoo and
suddenly emailing became a lot more sensible and organised  (err, apart
from the disappearance of the memory jogging tool).

So, i am glad to hear you have been getting possibly the highest hit-rate
of anyone asking questions here but i'm sorry to hear it's not been helping
you enough to be memorable.  Maybe you are a bit like me then. :)
Regards from
Tom :)

On 31 July 2014 05:39, Steve Edmonds <> wrote:

Hi Brian.

On 2014-07-31 16:04, Brian Barker wrote:

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
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!)

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.


 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.

Brian Barker

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