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Just too too much

I had to share this with you folks.Chris in NY told me the AHS list is
being held again, so I tried it myself.  This was sent back:The
distribution of your message dated Mon, 16 Dec 2002 23:34:01 -0500 withsubject
"status?" has been postponed because the AHS_GARDENING list is held.No
action is required from you; your message will be reprocessedautomatically
once the list owner releases the list. Can anyone tell me, if virtually
no one is writing to the AHS list, how can it crash?  I know they didn't
reach the 100 message limit.  Or did AHS shut it down? Kitty

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