The way the email system with meetup works

From: Saul_K
Sent on: Friday, June 19, 2009 9:09 AM
Some of you may think that reply and reply all are different functions,
because they usually are, but within meetup they really aren't.

when you hit reply, you don't send a reply to the person that sent you an
email, you send an email to the address in the "reply to"" command coded
into the original message, most of the time that is the sender, but not
the case in meetup.

In meetup, the options are essentially reply to Saul or reply to the group
and are set up during the first mesaage, the rest of the chain won't
really change it, since most email programs don't alter the reply to
command, so if you want to send to a specific person, then you need to cut
and paste their email address into the to: box in your email program,
otherwise it goes to the whole group or it goes to me instead of to that
other person, sometimes the results can be a bit embarassing.

I have turned the mail function back on:
the group email address is:
[address removed]

My email address is:
[address removed]

Please be easy on the group emails,as many members get too many and it's a
headache for them to sort through.

As a group member you can restrict the emails that meetup sends you by
altering your account and then your membership and communication settings,
you can get the entire day in one compiled message, you can turn event
notifications off and more. If you can't figure out how to do it, give me
a buzz and I'll walk you through it.

Thanks - Saul
[masked]


Saul Kinderis
[address removed] cell [masked]

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