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Re: missing posts

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos]missing posts
  • From: John I Jones <jijones@usjoneses.com>
  • Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 21:44:03 -0700

Everyone can relax about the missing posts. I am going to move
iris-photos (and iris-talk eventually), but need some time to get it all organized.

No, I don't know the process yet. Yes, I will give you plenty of notice.
No, you should not have to do anything except perhaps acknowledge a message.

Linda Mann wrote:
> At least 2 messages missing from last night's PHOTOS archives (I think
> -
> can't tell for sure because I can't get into the yahoo photos index to
> check).  Judy Hunt's post without the attachment (well, sure, I don't
> care about that one, unless there was interesting text, like is ONCE
> MORE a rebloomer?), Beuron photo (the 'again' one is there, & since
> Dennis says 'again' is a better photo, I guess I don't care about that
> one either).
> How many more didn't make it thru last night?  Did I miss any baby pix
> (with rug or otherwise)?
> Linda Mann
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.

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