[saymaListserv] RE: Replying to Sayma List Messages made easier

Peggy Bonnington bonnipeg at charter.net
Mon Nov 24 13:53:49 JEST 2003

Hi Free ~
I was going to respond that I think the SAYMA list manager may (I think I
remember some discussion on this a while back) feel the list is more for
SAYMA business than a discussion tool for SAYMA folk ~ in other words, an
interpretation of the purpose of the list that differs from that of some of
us.  However, I note that when I hit "reply" today, the list address did pop
up for me.  Perhaps your email has already gotten a ball rolling?  Or are
different participants experiencing different results...???
Ah, the wonders (literally) of technology...


Peggy Bonnington
Downtown Artists Co-op  ~ http://www.clarksvilleartists.org
ARTZ ~ http://artz4u.cjb.net/ <http://artz4u.cjb.net/>
Clarksville, Tennessee

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Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2003 14:11:13 -0500
From: free polazzo <freepolazzo at comcast.net>
Subject: [saymaListserv] Replying to Sayma List Messages made easier
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Cc: Mary Calhoun <moriah at preferred.com>
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Dear Janet

I appreciated your update on the population issue.   Not often discussed in
"polite" company.
I also agree that SAYMA's list seems to only have a few messages that are
responding to someone's concerns, even though I, too get individual replies
to my messages.   The reason may be that the way the List is managed causes
the difficulty.

When I hit "reply"on an e-mail from <SaymaListserv> the e-mail address that
populates the "To: " field in my newly created e-mail is the senders
address, not SAYMA's.   In my experience all the other lists I am part of
put the name of the list server on the "To" line, when I respond with the
"reply" button on my e-mail.

That may be why it is so difficult to have a "discussion" on this
list.   Perhaps the person who manages the list could change the options on
the list so that SaymaListserv goes into the "To" field so that we can more
easily converse with all of us who signed up on the list.


At 03:39 PM 11/22/2003 -0500, you wrote:
Dear SAYMA Friends,  Just a note to tell you about a very short article
that is worthy of discussion, and to offer an apology.
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