Jim Hall-2 wrote:
> I don't see an option for that on the mailing list under member
> management.
> Why do you not want to get everyone else's emails on the list?
> Mailing lists are supposed to enable discussion among its members,
> which sort of requires that you see what everyone else is talking
> about.

Sorry I thought it was an online forum - like all the others I
_occasionally_ use - which, as a check box says, would

 "Alert me by e-mail when someone replies to my message."

If it is a mailing list, per se, I wouldn't think it even needed to have
that option, because ALL of your replies would be emailed to you.

In direct answer to your question, being absolutely new to FreeDOS (I've
never even had it running) and not certain I actually will use it, I  have
absolutely nothing to contribute to other peoples questions, and, if I don't
use FreeDOS, will not have a need to see any of their answers.

As for the operation itself, it looks better than mailing lists without an

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