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Re: [xmca]-- LONG trails of prior messages help!!
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When a topic like Concepts has gotten as long as this one has, my advice is to delete all the quoted prior messages except the most recent two or three. That should help.
By the way, it is NOT easy to do this the first time, but after someone takes the plunge, it will be easy for the rest of us.
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On Apr 17, 2011, at 3:04 AM, mike cole wrote:
> HUW et al--
> I do not know about others, but I have been receiving emails with many many
> pages of badly formatted prior messages in the message stream. I have, for
> example, not been able to find the content in either of your prior messages
> and have had the same difficulty with others.
> Perhaps I am sensitive to this because I am away from home with limited
> email access, but it seems a general problem.
> I have been unable to find a general solution to this issue. All messages
> are posted at xmca for later reading, so it seems that restricting the
> message trail in current messages would not restrict access.
> Might we, by convention, delete all but prior messages or does this cause
> Lots of fascinating ideas streaming through xmca!
> On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 2:46 AM, Huw Lloyd <email@example.com>wrote:
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