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Re: OT: please use OT label

I agree with the changing of the subject line very much, missed a lot of info 
on the AHS list due to this problem.  I do question the use of OT in the 
garden chat though.
I figured that this list was created for all discussions thus there being no 
OT.....at least the List info didn't specify any specific discussions.    I 
didn't count, but I would say that 90% of the CHAT email so far would have 
been labeled OT if that were the case.  I can see this being used on the AHS 
list, but here????
I would think a subject matter would be sufficient.
FWIW, just my opinion,

In a message dated 12/13/2002 11:06:37 PM Central Standard Time, 
tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

> I have to agree with you here Kitty- changing subject lines and using OT
> when it isn't gardening is appreciated- helps me sort through when I'm in a
> hurry and go back later to OT stuff when I'm less pressed for time.  Hope we
> all can try to do this.

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