[iee_comp_london] IEE London Computer Users Group

  • From: Edward Macfarlane Smith <edward@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: darran <darran@xxxxxxxxx>, Orla <orlafahey1@xxxxxxxxx>,Alan Ferdman <alan.ferdman@xxxxxxx>,Ashaar Iqbal <ashaar1@xxxxxxxxx>,Boris Sedacca <B.Sedacca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,Daryl Badla <darylbadla@xxxxxxxx>,giorgio bragoli <giorgio_bragoli@xxxxxxxxxxx>,Jeff Antram <jeff.antram@xxxxxx>,mick pitt <mick.pitt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,brian casey <brian-casey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2004 11:17:50 +0000

Dear All,
Sorry for the delay (busy week with work!), but I have now set up a mailing 

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You can see an archive at //www.freelists.org/archives/iee_comp_london/ 
(it's rather empty at the moment as I deleted my test message).

You may also find it useful to have a look at //www.freelists.org/help/

A option you may find useful if you don't want to receive lots of invidual 
emails is to select then digest option (this will batch all emails up each 
day and send them to you as single email).

Note that at the moment it doesn't like html mail (though it should convert 
html to plain text hopefully) or attachments. If you want to people to see 
documents then put them on the web and post a link (remember not everyone has 
a broadband connection yet).

My intention at the moment was to just have one general list, but depending 
how it goes we could set up other lists focused on particular topic areas if 
they are generating a lot of postings that not everyone is interested in.


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