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Re: Re:HYB: Come What May X Lunar Whitewash
  • Subject: Re: Re:HYB: Come What May X Lunar Whitewash
  • From: Cordesview <cordesview@speednetllc.com>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 10:57:07 -0400


Hello to you all!

Laura, did you ever use the archives listing at www.hort.net/lists/iris-photos/ instead of receiving e-mails individually from the mailing list?  

I have been dependent on the archives for the last 6 or more years since I have been on dial-up.  I got VERY acquainted with them!

May I suggest to you that you keep up your subscription to the digest version of this mailing list?  When you receive a digest mailing, and see a topic or subject in it that you are interested in viewing, go to the archives site at hort.net (the above link) and view them there.  This way you won't have to receive *every* e-mail that comes through.

This was my only way of viewing the photos until I got hi-speed internet service.  


On Jun 30, 2010, at 10:32 AM, laura berenson wrote:


I am wondering if I don’t get any because I chose the digest version.  I just have to much mail to use the individual email option.  
Hi Barbara and everyone....Yes, I believe receiving the digest version is the problem. I think you have to receive individual emails in order to see images. I sympathize completely about the number of emails you're receiving BTW. This morning was a slow one for me....I received "only" 58 emails. I belong to various daylily groups, a hosta group, this group. I'm sure you don't need to use much imagination to know what happens during bloom season! It's so worth it to me though. As an alternative, perhaps you can set up a separate email account for the iris photos group. Just a thought....I should take my own advice, shouldn't I? :)
Laura Berenson
Pipersville, PA

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