If you’re using digest mode, I’d recommend turning it off.
My experience has been it’s more trouble to maintain and sort through. The
digest also seems to not be quite ‘regular’ in its delivery, either in number
of messages, or in elapsed time. Replies will also seem to appear out of
sequence or be unnecessarily delayed.
Without digest, some days or times will be very quiet; others will blow up your
in-box. Set a filter/rule to file your GnuCash messages to their own folder for
You could optionally enable the setting to CC you on all of your own list
submissions, but I really don’t think that would help you, and might possibly
add to the confusion, but it is an option.
> On Feb 13, 2018, at 5:55 PM, Rich Shepard <rshep...@appl-ecosys.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Feb 2018, Rich Shepard wrote:
>> The trial balance report for 2017 for a checking account shows a 4-figure
>> imbalance at the bottom, yet the account is properly reconciled with the
>> bank (through yesterday). How can this be?
> I apologize for posting to two threads on the same issue. It's taking so
> long for messages I send to appear on the list (at least the copies returned
> to me) that I lost track of what I sent.
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