Hi Mark, This is the most respected list I have participated in largely as an observer, that is not to say we will not from time to time have issues Like the one Jared raised. I will hate to think you will leave because of issues like this. It is courteous to express gratititude which Jared apparently demands however he was too strong on the language he used in showing he was not pleased. You may not agree with me Mark, you are one of our leaders in this list you can't leave because issues like this happen. I suggest we have a way of handling these issues so that members who err know the penalties. Please, Mark, back to what you do best - help the lost , ignorant and confused like me. Karl obayi -----Original Message----- From: Mark Fugatt [mailto:mark@xxxxxxxxx] Sent: 02 September 2002 21:32 To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Global Address List Sorry but I have to disagree with this, none of us are "pro's" and I never assume someone should show me any form of respect, if I choose to answer a question then that is my choice and if someone responds with a "thank you" then that's nice, if they don't, I will not lose any sleep over it. Let put this to an end now, I value this list and enjoy participating in it, and have learn a lot from it, but as I said before if people start getting an "attitude" and take personal swipes at others, then I will be the first to go. Mark Fugatt Pentech Office Solutions Inc www.4mcts.com www.exchangetrainer.com Tel: 585 586 3890 Fax: 585 249 0316 Cell: 585 576 4750 Visit www.msexchange.org for valuable information about Microsoft Exchange -----Original Message----- From: Jared Johnson [mailto:JaredsJazz@xxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, September 02, 2002 2:27 PM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Global Address List Mark, If you're offended by reaction, then so be it. Newbie's like that guy should learn to respect the pro's and even say "thank you" now and then. Didn't you notice that of all the posts he was on, he never said "thank you?" All he said was, "didn't work." Ene of story.