On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 09:54:47 +0200, "Leeuw van der, Tim"
>You asked the very same question yesterday, and I believe you got some useful 
>answers. Why do you post the question again?

Tim, no need to be rude here.  We see this effect from time to time when
a new user sends a message to a mailing list while not subscribed.  The
sender gets an automated reply from majordomo, subscribes to the list
and sends his mail again.  One or two days later the original message is
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>[more instructions]

And while we are teaching netiquette, could you please stop top-posting
and full-quoting.

Igor, welcome to the list!  Did the suggestions you got solve your


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