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Richard Pinnell pinr at rocketmail.com
Wed Nov 20 06:43:38 PST 2002


Ok sorry what I normally do is just 
change the subject line of an existing message from
now on I will post a new message
--- Matthew Burgess <ca9mbu at eos.sunderland.ac.uk>
wrote:
> "Richard Pinnell" <pinr at rocketmail.com> wrote in
> message
>
news:20021120140238.84916.qmail at web13908.mail.yahoo.com...
> > <snipped actual question>
> 
> Richard,  I access the LFS mailinglist through the
> news server
> (news.linuxfromscratch.org).  Your new posts
> consistently appear underneath
> already existing threads.  This could be down to a
> number of factors, but
> I'd appreciate it if you look into this as posting a
> new topic under an
> already existing thread can cause confusion.  Here's
> what may be causing it:
> 
> 1) You simply reply to a message you've already
> received from the
> mailinglist and change the "Subject" line. - instead
> of replying, create a
> new message.
> 2) Your mail/news client is screwing things up
> somehow - what client are you
> using?
> 3) My mail/news client is screwing things up somehow
> - please let me know -
> I'm using MS Outlook Express 6 - so there's a good
> chance of there being a
> bug in here somewhere.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Matt.
> 
> 
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