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Subject: RE: (ADMIN) Re: please, please, change the subject headers back
From: Sam Michel
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 12:34:48 -0000

Hi Gregg (and Helen and others),

Sorry I haven't gotten round to sorting this problem out sooner. It's been
on my list of things to do for absolutely ages. I've put in place a script,
which I hope will sort out this problem. It still adds the [flasher] to the
heading so it's easy for folks to filter messages from the list.

However, instead of just slapping it onto the front of subject line, it
looks for an Re: and then puts it after that. Hopefully it'll make it easy
to thread the messages.

There may be a few bumps whilst I iron out any bugs with the script, so
please bear with me on this.

Toodle Pip

Sam Michel - samatchinwag [dot] com
t: 0870 730 7313 f: 0870 730 7312

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gregg Caines (by way of List Check <list-checkatchinwag [dot] com>)
> [gcainesatneometrixsystems [dot] com (mailto:gcainesatneometrixsystems [dot] com)]
> Sent: 27 March 2001 12:37
> To: samatchinwag [dot] com
> Subject: (ADMIN) Re: [flasher] please, please, change the subject
> headers back
> I agree! I have too many messages to go through without
> having them organized by thread.
> Thanks!
> ---------------------------------------------------
> Gregg Caines
> n e o m e t r i x systems inc.
> http://www.neometrixsystems.com
> gcainesatneometrixsystems [dot] com
> > OK, put me in the pest category -- this is my third message on this
> > topic, but I haven't heard any response so am trying once more. Is it
> > really necessary for the list software to take replies that go out with
> > a subject line of
> >
> > Re: [flasher] array name as a variable (easily sortable by thread)
> >
> > and switch them to
> >
> > [flasher] Re: array name as a variable (impossible to sort
> by thread)

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