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Re: Brian and Virginia Email

  • Subject: Re: Brian and Virginia Email
  • From: Alttara Scheer <alttara@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 10:28:14 -0400

I had actually been out taking pictures yesterday, too, but seeing as there were already so many beautiful pix posted already, I opted to wait to post any of mine, until it had slowed down some and people could get caught up on their mail.

So...be forewarned! They are coming!

LOL!

-Alttara


On Friday, May 3, 2002, at 10:09 AM, CBCTPLANT@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 5/3/2002 9:30:53 AM Eastern Daylight Time, NardaA@aol.com writes:

I just sent an e to the Skaggs and it was returned.
Anyone have their current
address?



Narda,
Their address at hostapix is still skaggsbv@prodigy.net .

Yesterday and last night we were treated to a beautiful hosta show by a few pixters.  The attached files totaled more than 3 MEGS and Brian and Virginia are set to individual Emails. If they have a 2 meg total for their mailbox at Prodigy their mailbox may have been shut down by the overload.

I don't know if that helps answer why your mail to them bounced but it may be the reason.  I did receive a note from one hostapix member who's mailbox was shutdown asking me to repost the request to limit the total of attachments in one day to 5 or 6 posts of attachments of 100K or less.  The photos were so beautiful and everyone who was at their computer to see them and download them immediately wanted to see more!

I would ask that we keep our posts with attachments on hostapix to a maximum of 6 a day per person so that no one runs into a problem with overload of their mailboxes.  Thanks!

Hostapix moderator

Friendly suggestions for Hostapix:
Please do NOT send multiple or 'zip files' in a single Email.  AOL members get zipped formats that often cannot be opened.
Limit posts with attachments to 5 or 6 daily
Limit attachment file size to 100k-120k or less
Photographs shared via hostapix are the property of the photographer.

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