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Re: [Fwd: Important Yahoo! Groups Service Changes]

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] [Fwd: Important Yahoo! Groups Service Changes]
  • From: John Jones jijones@usjoneses.com
  • Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2003 08:11:40 -0700

Thanks Catherine,

blankety blank Yahoo...


Catherine Button wrote:

> Dear John/Moderator,
> Below is an excerpt that came from Yahoo that you probably recieved as
> well. Since the photos attached to messages will no longer be archived,
> does this change the reasoning behind leaving iris-photos at yahoo? As I
> vaguely recall, when the iris-talk list was moved from yahoo to
> hort.net, the iris-photos list was not moved because there was some
> question as to the space issue of archiving all that photo stuff....
> Using the photo area or the Files area at yahoo is not a good solution
> since it is very limited on space when you have a "free" yahoo group and
> also because lots of members don't want to go thru the rigamarole of
> going thru the yahoo web pages to view photos (me included).
> But it would be nice to have the list archive and the photos all
> together in one place if thats possible... for free...
> cathy
> ...
> ...
> - Message Attachments: Yahoo! Groups will continue to deliver all
> attachments sent via email, however, the attachments will no longer be
> archived within the Messages area. You may continue to upload files
> and images to the Files and Photos areas of your groups.  Please
> re-upload any attachments you would like to preserve to the Photos or
> Files areas of your group. On Aug. 7, all attachments in the Messages
> area will be removed, and Yahoo! will be unable to retrieve such data.
> ...
> -- 

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