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OT: Subject Tags


Hello,

I am very new to this list and sent the  message following this one to the owner
of the list, but have not received a reply as yet so thought perhaps I
could get the answer from one of the list members.

Can anyone answer this question for me please.

TIA
Jennifer

============

>Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 08:28:18
>To: owner-hosta-open@mallorn.com
>From: Jennifer <jb@awnet.com>
>Subject: Re Subject Line
>
>Hello,
>
>Could you please explain to me why messages coming from Hosta-open do not
>have some sortive identifier in the Subject line that they are coming from
>the Hosta mailing list.
>
>Is this common, or is there something that I should do to my majordomo 
entry on the list
>to make this happen.?
>
>TIA for your response.
>
>Jennifer Bishop
>


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