I don't know how to do what you're suggesting. I signed up to the group
and requested a daily digest due to the large number of emails I
receive. I have been manually adding the subject [as I did with this
message] in the belief/hope that that would place it in the right thread.
The page you reference has a ton of info. I haven't read it all but if
there's specific parts I can read to make my messages fit better with
the format here I would appreciate a hint.
At present I don't even remember the link to the page where it's
possible to reply or post directly without replying to the list, as I'm
This digest arrives as a single text document for some reason that I do
not understand or know how to adjust. I receive many Yahoo groups and
somehow this one is listed in my Yahoo groups too, although I didn't
think Yahoo had anything to do with it. There is ONE Yahoo group where
the entire digest comes through exactly like this one [a single text
document], but I have no clue as to why or how to fix it. I'm not
literate with things like newsgroups. All of the other groups have a
reply option at the bottom of each message which puts the reply in the
right thread [I think].
If someone will be kind enough to point me to the URL where I can reply
directly to individual messages I'll take a look at that.
From: NoOp <gl...@sbcglobal.net.invalid> To:
firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: What most advanced
Java compatible with Seamonkey? Message-ID:
text/plain; charset=UTF-8 [...]
Now that you have java working...
You might consider: 1) subscribing to the group via nntp rather than the
list as you continue to post new threads every time you reply, or 2)
ask/figure out how to use SeaMonkey to reply *only* to the thread rather
than posting a new reply .
To use nntp:
You might find this a better method anyway... you don't have to deal
with list emails.
 I can't advise on how to do this as I do not use the list to
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