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Re: [IGSROBIN] Question for David & Brenda re belated postings

Hello Cindi and Ingrid,

Sorry to hear about the delay in your mail being posted.

I have just got back from a few days away and a BPGS Council meeting, but
now I'm back will see what I can sort out. Brenda keeps an eye for
emergencies if I'm away so the List isn't left unattended. The winter is now
closing in on Snowdonia so I'll be staying put until the spring.

As a reference point this message is being sent on Thursday 26th November,
at 11.30am GMT, which is (I think) 3.30am on the West Coast.


-----Original Message-----
From: Cynthia S. Lohry <Hedgehug@AOL.COM>
Date: 24 November 1998 16:24
Subject: Question for David & Brenda re belated postings

>Ingrid mentioned that her postings to the Robin are appearing about three
>after she sends them, and I noticed that mine have been too.  Any personal
>mail sent to the individual members of the Robin at their individual e-mail
>address is still sent instantaneously though.
>Is there a problem, or is there simply going to be a 3 day lag between
>a posting and it being posted?

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