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Re: [aroid-l] IAS newsletter

> What us digest form? Angel


Digest form is an option that you can choose that tells the listserver
how 'often' you want your Aroid-l mail delivered to you.

By default, the listserver does not set this option when people subscribe
to Aroid-l.  And it means that you will receive messages fairly soon after
the moderators approve them.  And as of the last few days, the 
moderators are approving on average about 15 messages per day.

If you did not want to get 15 separate emails per day, but preferred to
get a single message a day with all of that day's messages bundled 
together, you would want to choose the daily-digest mode.

If you only wanted to get 1 message per week of all the Aroid-l messages
bundled togehter, you would choose the weekly-digest mode.

It is a personal preference for everyone -- For anyone trying to decide
if this is any option they would like, just ask yourself how many times
a day you want to hear that little person in your computer say, "You've
got mail"


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