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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
Barbara A. Lewis, MSMgtSci, MSCIS, PhD
University of Phoenix
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----- Original Message -----
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

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?


Mike Caskey
Caskey Art & Development (yeah, I know, it's 4 years old!)

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