Hi Larry, Nice to hear from you.
All it takes to reach the digest is to create it and ask me to post it! I
then get in touch with El Maga to do the
Posting if S/he is in the mood.
who knows, maybe it can happen, but the fact is that there is no mechanism,
no people, no time, no money, for creating
This is one reason for members (unless we have a wealthy donor among us) to
be more careful to differntiate topics by content on
their subject lines.
When I fall behind (ofdten!!) I simply go to the xmca web page and read the
posts leading up to whenever I am reading. They can be
listed by SUBJECT. Which, in principle, means that you can always follow
threads there without being inundated.
Gotta run away from the table before I get indigestion and am unable to read
stuff I am locally obligated to read for monday!!
On 10/21/06, Davies, Larry <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Mike and others,
> I LOVE xmca, and I'm mostly a lurker, but I DO try to read as many posts
> as I can. However, I've never discovered a digest option in the software,
> and XMCA has been generating a LOT of email lately. Is there a digest option
> I can go for?
> Thanks in advance, and DO keep up the interesting discussions.
> Larry Davies
> Faculty Instructional Technician
> St. Thomas University
> Miami Gardens, FL 33054
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