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Subject:Re: codes in subject lines From:"David H. Porush" <porusd -at- RPI -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 28 Nov 1994 11:06:14 -0500
On Nov 23, 10:39am, Sherri Hall wrote:
> David H. Porush posts:
> > My email gets cluttered everyday with dozens of messages from this list,
> > which many are part of very interesting and helpful discussions, but I
> > venture to say that 75% of messages have little relation to the field of
> > (e.g. Mom thread and others).
> I'm sorry to further clutter mailboxes, but I am
not the author of that complaint. I only joined the
list last week, and so far have found most of the
posts at least amusing and informative.