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Alexander Itsekson wrote:
> All you would really need to do is to subscribe to the new list server if
> you are interested in the subject.  Not a big deal.  It would not require
> any additional resources ( as far as I understand).  It would not increase
> the Internet traffic either.
> If Shafat and Dennis are willing to make an effort to set it up for us,
> great.  My thanks to them.  Not all of us want to sort the e-mail
> automatically from the in-box.  Ones again, I support the idea.

I vote for setting up the list for a year or so and try it out.  If
there is no traffic it will go away. It is a lot easier to unsubscribe
from a list than to sort and delete messages you don't want (at least
for me).  Improved use of the subject line is another good idea
presented before.
Norm B.

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