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Re: ADMIN: Poll

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] ADMIN: Poll
  • From: Jelcy Romberg jelcy@jelcy.com
  • Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 20:55:37 -0600

But there is no big deal about going to the web; there will be an address on the letter which you will click and get right to the picture. Same idea as the underlined Yahoo! Terms of Service at the end of this missive
On Sunday, Nov 24, 2002, at 20:29 US/Central, Judy Hunt wrote:

John, I like iris-photos the way it is now.  If I had to go the web to view the photos I might not stay on the list -- I would have to see how much time it took.  It does take a bit more time to download photos to E-mail, but I like being able to view them immediately when I open the mail.
Judy Hunt in Louisville, KY

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