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Re: digest #69

Hi Daryl, thanks for your advice.  I did exactly as you said when the group 
was still with the AHS.  The email seemed even more overwhelming then, believe 
it or not.  Since the subject matter isn't always exactly what the topic of 
conversation is, that made it difficult.  I would skip over certain topics and 
read others....and then be totally confused.  We have a tendency to move from 
one subject to another without changing the subject line.  
WIth the digest though, I skim the entire thing, so I tend to read more of 
the posts, also can keep up more....that is unless I miss a digest.  When I save 
something, I copy and paste with a subject heading that I will know, and 
So all in all, this works best for me anyway.
Thanks again!!!  Appreciate your input.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 1/16/2004 9:35:08 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

If I can make a suggestion. Subscribe to individual messages rather than
digest, and set up your email program to put everything from Garden Chat
into one folder. Then you can go through them when you have time. And if
you're using a program like Outlook Express, you can even have it sort by

Saves a lot of grief. Not too many messages to deal with in your in-box, the
ability to save just one email of interest  instead of a whole digest, and
you miss one mail, you haven't missed a whole day's worth.

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