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Re: unsub/digest (was: Adrian Belew - EP & unfinished songs)
I'd strongly recommend a gmail account and a filter for looper's
delight (I can send you an invitation if you like). Not only will it
put the email into a little label on the left of the screen, it
consolidates messages and their replies into a single thread that
makes LD SO much easier to handle.
I get huge volumes of email... 20,000 pieces since June (not counting
Spam)... and this is all that works for me.
Disclaimer: I am an engineer working for Google but I'm speaking for
myself here and not for the company.
On Mar 25, 2005 8:48 AM, Tim Nelson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Good morning, Mister Weasel (if that IS your real
> You could always unsub from your primary address and
> resub under an account used only for the list (like a
> free Yahoo/Hotmail/etc. account) which also tends to
> keep the spam out of your primary mailbox.
> --- mrweasel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Is there a way to read the messages on the internet
> > without receiving the
> > emails from the list, and be able to reply to
> > messages at the same time?
> > If so, that would be great as there are quite a lot
> > of messages to come in
> > daily and it slows down my email server. If this is
> > possible, how can I
> > desactivate the receipt from emails?
> > If this is not possible, can you please unsuscribe
> > me from the list then
> > (and I'll browse through the monthly digests on the
> > net)
> > Loop on
> > Mr Weasel
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Dennis Montgomery
> > [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: jeudi 24 mars 2005 23:45
> > To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> > Subject: Re: Adrian Belew - EP & unfinished songs
> > I was an active member of 'Elephant Talk' the King
> > Crimson mailing list a
> > few years ago. In the late 90's, there were a few
> > posters who began a
> > heated 'Adrian doesnt belong in Crimson' discussion.
> > After awhile, Adrian
> > replied with the following "diatribe":
> > http://et.stok.co.uk/articles/320-2.html
> > Shortly after, Crimson released 'The Construction of
> > Light' and of course
> > 'Prozac Blues' with the great line, "been reading
> > too much elephant talk,
> > chit-chat. Art imitates life again :-)
> > Dennis
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