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Re: [denverwebtech] How to Use the Mailing List and Message Board

From: bal
Sent on: Monday, July 27, 2009 6:02 PM
The administrator of this group -- Al Steffen -- will probably need to set up the group account to send messages only when approved by the administrator.  I am sure someone knows this, I just thought I would mention it because each person has a different interpretation of "OK - this is getting out of hand." and individual discretion most often does not suit everyone in the group.  Just my two cents worth. 
 
 
Dr. Lewis
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Sent: Monday, July 27,[masked]:24 PM
Subject: Re: [denverwebtech] How to Use the Mailing List and Message Board

To Allan Babby and Mike Caskey,

OK - this is getting out of hand. The Mailing List should be reserved for general
announcements which everyone in the group needs to know - like Al's. Single,
on-topic responses are ok - about once. It's not good for general discussions.

When you use the Mailing List, first ask yourself if you really want to e-mail
the entire list,  If you do, please fix the Subject Line so it has something to do
with the topic.

If you want to start a thread about ecommerce platforms or potato chips, please do it
in a way which doesn't pollute  everyone's mailbox - like the Message Board.

The Message Board is a bulletin board system which supports threaded discussions on
topics. If you're interested, you can subscribe to updates to the board - or not.

Try it, you'll like it
Mike

Michael Caskey wrote:
Here's a q for the crew... what's your favorite ecommerce platform?  I've been using magento lately, with lots of success, but I'm becoming more interested in using Drupal as a site platform, and of course... ecommerce.  I also have a thing going with Goodbarry/sitecatalyst.  What's your gig?

Thanks!

Mike Caskey
Caskey Art & Development
http://casadev.com (yeah, I know, it's 4 years old!)







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