[access-uk] Re: Links on list?

Hi James. Not everyone runs their list in the same way as you. If the mods objected to my query then I'm sure they would let me know about it. This list is designed in for list members to help each other out. The traffic is not huge on this list so I don't know why it's a concern to you. I don't mind helping people out when I can and it doesn't hurt to help someone. It makes the list helpful all round if people like you could adapt the same attitude. If you are having a problem with someone wanting to help or providing a link why don't you just leave the list because the list members are not going to change their helpful attitude for your sake. ----- Original Message ----- From: "James Scholes" <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:46 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Links on list?


Hi all,
Just curious, on a list I owned a while back, I imposed a rule that know links were to be posted on-list unless a piece of software, or particular website was hard to find. Just wondering, seen as this list often has a problem with traffic management, if it would be a good idea to enforce a similar rule? An example of messages that shouldn't be allowed are like the one that someone posted today, asking for the link to cCleaner. I find it hard to believe that that person could not have just opened Google and typed 'cCleaner' in the search field. Just my thoughts.
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