RE: [CR]Sending messages to the CR

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Subject: RE: [CR]Sending messages to the CR
Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 14:33:03 -0400
Thread-Topic: [CR]Sending messages to the CR
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From: "Rich Rose" <>
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I was one of the offending parties until a few weeks ago. I discovered that you can solve the problem by going ahead & subscribing to the list from your secondary e-mail address (work in my case), and then clicking on the option to not receive e-mails from the list. That way, I am able to intercept (at work), all of the posts to my main (home), address and then respond as needed from my work address without causing Dale any problems (I hope). Hope this helps, Dale. Richard Rose (Toledo, Ohio)

-----Original Message----- From: [] On Behalf Of Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2001 2:27 PM To:; Subject: [CR]Sending messages to the CR

I want to ask everyone to think a bit before sending messages to the CR using an e-mail address which is not properly enrolled in the list. I think many of you have multiple e-mail addresses (work, school, home and?) and are forgetting which address is actually enrolled on the CR list?

What ever the reason, sometimes 3-4 times a day, EVERY post by a "non-member" address is causing me to have to log on to the list management site, read the message(s) to determine who what & why, then to approve or reject.. 5 minutes minimum per errant post!

My action will be from now on to messages sent from non-member e-mail addresses will be to just reject those posts, so if you are sending messages and they are not reaching the list, see if you have somehow gotten confused as to how you are enrolled on the CR list.

Dale Brown List Manager <A HREF="">Classic Rendezvous Vintage Bicycles </A>