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Last night a fellow list member with an AOL email account said he thinks he
periodically misses messages sent via Aroid-L, as well as other mail lists
he belongs to. I acknowledged to him that Steve and I frequently see
messages bounced by ISPs (about once per month from AOL) for a number of
reasons. If you suspect that you have missed Aroid-L mail, point your web
browser to <www.mallorn.com>, look for the link to the mail list archives
and select Aroid-L. If you missed anything you'll see it there.

Those of you who are new to the list may not have known we have archives.
If you want to find out what was being discussed on Aroid-L as far back as
December 1996, go to the archives to find out. There is even a search tool
there to look for discussion on particular subjects. I have personally
found the search tool to be quite valuable.


Don Burns
Fort Lauderdale FL    USA
Zone 10b

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