From: Sondra Brasile (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 05 2003 - 15:14:01 EDT
I get it, I only use the "send" button so it's been going to only the
writer, not the ASA and visa versa.
Then sometimes I manually add the asa's address to it. Still it has been a
real source of confusion, because like with Debbie I assumed it came from
the list but it didn't, so I typed in the asa over her name because when I
recieve a reply that was, say cc'd to the asa, when I press "send" the asa
address (cc'd) dissapears anyway. Anyways it's my fault, I'll have to screw
my head on tighter.
Thanks, and of course... <kiss>
>From: Walter Hicks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Fw: Do...My "attack" on Don, last one
>Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2003 14:12:02 -0400
>Sondra Brasile wrote:
> > Debbie,
> > Yeah I guess.
> > Since sometimes I get two copies of everything and sometimes I get one,
> > I think is really unecessary to send two, I can't understand why the
> > in this list cannot simply post it to the list since we all get a copy
> > it). I see no purpose for sending one directly and then another throught
> > list
>In the case of my email, I can chose to select "reply" or "reply all". To
>the former results in only the sender getting it and not asa. To use the
>results in both the sender and asa getting it -- so the sender gets it
>send it to asa and not the sender requires that I go to the distribution
>delete the other names. I'm lazy and others must be also.
>This time I did it. Do I get a kiss? (A Christian one of course)
>Walt Hicks <email@example.com>
>In any consistent theory, there must
>exist true but not provable statements.
>You can only find the truth with logic
>If you have already found the truth
>without it. (G.K. Chesterton)
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