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If the onslaught of Recipe Day messages irks you, most e-mail programs have a 
filtering feature.  In Outlook Web Access it is called Rules.  You can quickly 
configure it to look for key words in any field of an incoming message and send 
them to different folders.  For instance, I have all of my LM_NET messages directed 
to an LM_NET folder so that when I hit a couples of days where I don't have time to 
go though 100s of messages I can (GASP!) mass-delete them.
For Recipe Day I would suggest a filter/rule that looks for the word Recipe in the 
subject line and directs the messages to a folder named "Those %^&#!&*& Recipes".  
Then you can delete entire folder at your leisure.
Just a thought,
Tony Doyle, Library Media Teacher 
Member California Young Reader Medal Committee
Livingston High School
Livingston, CA
Http:// <> 
"You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture; you just have to get people to 
stop reading them."
Ray Bradbury
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handsome, funny, and a great cook (and modest to a fault), but that doesn't mean 
everyone wants to read his e-mails.

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