I just got a nice e-mail from the moderator, James, explaining that
it is not him personally who is doing this. He said those messages
were automated, but I am a member of 6 other cat groups and this
never happens on them. I've been on them for years with no problems
Yes, I remember "the good old days" when it was text only, and I
still write in ascii text, as to me it is much better and does not
use as much memory.
On 02-03, ROBERT CHAPEL wrote:
> Listserve Technology is rather hard to decipher without a Help file...
> and I never noticed one for this group when I joined ( has anyone ever
> received such)... eg.. differences between Reply and Reply all ( I note
> that if I use reply it STILL goes to everyone but if REPLY all.. I see
> the message listed twice...
> I also frequently see " HTML attachment " scrubbed" instead of a
> response from someone ( his happened with Kat's reply.... no
> text...just HTML attachment scrubbed. When I first started to use the
> Internet _ many_ years ago when it was purely text based.. Listserves
> were the only form of group communication and people who joined got a ,
> ridiculously long,hard to understand, but ultimately helpful file that
> told you how to negotiate the list.... Perhaps we have such a thing for
> this group?? Anyone notice?? I doubt the list maintainer has any
> personal interest in dropping anyone...more likely it is an auto
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