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Fwd: the list is back up, but

i love these problems that are always caused by someone else doing something--especially when it's something lot's of people do regularly and without consequence.

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From: Sue Dick <sdick@AHS.ORG>
Subject: the list is back up, but

Maybe I should say
Happy Holidays to all!!!
now, just in case ......

By the way ... admin has just told me that there is something we can do to
help prevent the list from going down:
when you "reply" to a message, delete the previous person's text. If we
reply and reply and reply without doing that, our messages become quite
large. This may be impacting how well the list runs - or doesn't run!
- Sue

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