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Jody, DIGEST is only best for those who like it.<grin>. For those who
don't, you can deal with the flood of mail from LM_NET, and any other
email list, by using an email program that will filter the incoming
email to separate folders. Outlook, Outlook Express, Pegasus, Netscape,
Eudora, and Mozilla email programs, to name a few, can do this. If you
do it right, your main inbox should only contain emails that need to be
dealt with immediately, and the occasional spam or virus.

Dan Robinson
HW Wilson Company
Bronx, NY

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jody Newman [mailto:newjody@COMCAST.NET]
> Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 7:05 AM
> Subject: [LM_NET] GEN: Consider LM_NETs digest form
> Greetings to all:
> Considering Peter's appeal to use the headers in your subject
> line, may
> I go a step further? I receive LM_NET in Digest Form and HIGHLY
> recommend it. I still get 6-8 messages a day but each digest
> message has
> a dozen or so individual messages within it.
> ..............
> But, DIGEST is so much more manageable than receiving the messages one
> by one. I know because whenever I signoff and signon again
> and forget to
> set my LM_NET to DIGEST, I'm swamped with emails from all
> these people I
> don't know ;-)
> Just my 2 cents!

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