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Re: gardenchat DIGEST V1 #75

Yes, I got it thank you very much.  No clue what happened to it 
before....unless it came out of sequence.  Either way, appreciate very much your resending 
it, etc. 
Thanks again!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 1/17/2004 9:22:35 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Hi Noreen,

   I just resent Digest #69 to you, so at least we're covered for the 
   immediate problem.  :)

   I checked the outgoing mail logs on the server and it showed that #69
   *was* sent to you on the 15th at 11:02am -- the AOL server accepted it
   and told our server that everything was a-ok (really, that's the technical
   term ;)

   Is it possible that some anti-spam blocks at AOL might be mistakenly 
   catching gardenchat messages?  I'd also recommend checking the lists 
   against the online archives at


   in the meantime to see if you're missing any messages.


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