jeff, gary, this is not a cure-all, but it has certainly worked for me:
download netscape 4.0, and use the mail filters to delete any subject, author,
thread, that is not of interest. some other mail programs also offer these
filters. you can have instant deletion, where u never see the stuff, or file to
special file, where u can look thru, if needed.
may be sorry i wrote this, as now others can filter me out, hi!
happy holidays to all, and to all, a g'nite
doug waller-nx4d/nr orlando
Jeff Singer wrote:
> Gary -
> If you're not happy with the subjects discussed here, why not start some of
> your own? Your contributions would be most welcome, I'm sure, and they would
> help to dilute the impact of the ones you find "undesireable."
> I may be mistaken, but in checking the last 1500 deleted messages on my
> system, I don't see your contributions anywhere. Please don't take this as a
> flame, because it honestly is not; just something to think about.
> Take care.
> 73 de Jeff K2KV
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary R. Hosler <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Date: Friday, December 12, 1997 3:47 PM
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Ham Mail Fraud, What A Shame, Yada Yada Yada..
> >This is the Tower Talk reflector. Can we PLEASE bring our subject material
> >back to Towers, Rotors, Antenna Mounting, Climbing Gear, etc.? All of the
> >nonsense seen here in the past week or so has begun to make me long for the
> >"How to find True North" BS.
> >de Gary W0AW
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