Re: Computer Help

2008-02-08 Thread fsftb
 Thanks, Lance,
Actually when I got to work this morning I found the ones that had not come 
through at home last night in my spam file.  All the messages that come to work 
go into my spam file even though I have the FeLV talk e-mail set up in my 
contact list.  I guess I will just have to play with it and get used to the way 
it works.
Thanks,
Sue
 Lance [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 
 Hi Sue,
 
 Yes, when you reply to a message, it goes out to everyone. Usually,
 if you reply to the list from an email address different than the one
 you registered with, I don't believe the message goes through unless
 someone (James, maybe?) sees what's going on an manually puts it
 through. I've accidentally replied from a different email address a
 number of times, and it's going through now, though I don't think
 they used to.
 
 I have a very aggressive spam filter set up with my email provider, and
 a number of messages got tagged earlier this week. Maybe those are
 the ones to which you refer?  That might be why you didn't receive the
 mails. 
 
 I'm not sure that there is any particular help regarding these issues,
 other than the message you should have received when you signed up.
 Hope that helps.
 
 
 Lance
 
 
 On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 21:12:27 -0500, Sue  Frank Koren
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
  Help!  I seem to be having trouble getting around in this talk group. 
  Are there directions anywhere on the website that would help?  Or a FeLV
  talk for dummies message?  I just went into the archives and found out I
  had missed some messages that were directed to me.   When I reply to a
  message does it go out to everyone? I have noticed that when I write
  something from home it has our names under the from line and when I
  write from work it has my e-mail  address there.
  Thanks for any help,
  Sue 
 -- 
   Lance Linimon
   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
 




Re: Computer Help

2008-02-08 Thread Lance
Hi Sue,

Yes, when you reply to a message, it goes out to everyone. Usually,
if you reply to the list from an email address different than the one
you registered with, I don't believe the message goes through unless
someone (James, maybe?) sees what's going on an manually puts it
through. I've accidentally replied from a different email address a
number of times, and it's going through now, though I don't think
they used to.

I have a very aggressive spam filter set up with my email provider, and
a number of messages got tagged earlier this week. Maybe those are
the ones to which you refer?  That might be why you didn't receive the
mails. 

I'm not sure that there is any particular help regarding these issues,
other than the message you should have received when you signed up.
Hope that helps.


Lance


On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 21:12:27 -0500, Sue  Frank Koren
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
 Help!  I seem to be having trouble getting around in this talk group. 
 Are there directions anywhere on the website that would help?  Or a FeLV
 talk for dummies message?  I just went into the archives and found out I
 had missed some messages that were directed to me.   When I reply to a
 message does it go out to everyone? I have noticed that when I write
 something from home it has our names under the from line and when I
 write from work it has my e-mail  address there.
 Thanks for any help,
 Sue 
-- 
  Lance Linimon
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]




Re: Computer Help

2008-02-08 Thread Gloria Lane
In your case, you're using the same email address from two different  
locations.   I check my mail at 3 or 4 or 5 different locations, so  
sometimes it looks like  G. Lane and sometimes Gloria  and sometimes  
variations of that.


So - Regarding the name -  your name gets associated with your email  
address in the settings/options in the particular location - in the  
computers mail client (program).   For example, with the first message  
you sent from home you used Outlook Express, as I recall, and you've  
set it up with your and your husbands names.  However the one at your  
work place doesn't have this association, so it just uses the email  
addy.With Outlooks Express, I believe you set it at Tools-Accounts- 
Properties.  Sometimes you'll need to look for settings to set your  
name.


Anyhow - hope this helps.

Gloria


On Feb 8, 2008, at 7:40 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:



Thanks, Lance,
Actually when I got to work this morning I found the ones that had  
not come through at home last night in my spam file.  All the  
messages that come to work go into my spam file even though I have  
the FeLV talk e-mail set up in my contact list.  I guess I will just  
have to play with it and get used to the way it works.

Thanks,
Sue
 Lance [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hi Sue,

Yes, when you reply to a message, it goes out to everyone. Usually,
if you reply to the list from an email address different than the one
you registered with, I don't believe the message goes through unless
someone (James, maybe?) sees what's going on an manually puts it
through. I've accidentally replied from a different email address a
number of times, and it's going through now, though I don't think
they used to.

I have a very aggressive spam filter set up with my email provider,  
and

a number of messages got tagged earlier this week. Maybe those are
the ones to which you refer?  That might be why you didn't receive  
the

mails.

I'm not sure that there is any particular help regarding these  
issues,

other than the message you should have received when you signed up.
Hope that helps.


Lance


On Thu, 7 Feb 2008 21:12:27 -0500, Sue  Frank Koren
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
Help!  I seem to be having trouble getting around in this talk  
group.
Are there directions anywhere on the website that would help?  Or  
a FeLV
talk for dummies message?  I just went into the archives and found  
out I
had missed some messages that were directed to me.   When I reply  
to a

message does it go out to everyone? I have noticed that when I write
something from home it has our names under the from line and  
when I

write from work it has my e-mail  address there.
Thanks for any help,
Sue

--
 Lance Linimon
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]