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  • snorkelca
    You all should know what t up ,so here you go ! William . You are receiving this notice because you are a moderator of one or more groups. As part of our
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 1, 2003
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      You all should know what't up ,so here you go ! William .
      You are receiving this notice because you are a moderator of one or
      more groups. As part of our efforts to ensure that all Yahoo! Groups
      users enjoy the same high-quality service, we will implement the
      following service changes on Aug. 7, 2003:

      - Message Attachments: Yahoo! Groups will continue to deliver all
      attachments sent via email, however, the attachments will no longer be
      archived within the Messages area. You may continue to upload files
      and images to the Files and Photos areas of your groups. Please
      re-upload any attachments you would like to preserve to the Photos or
      Files areas of your group. On Aug. 7, all attachments in the Messages
      area will be removed, and Yahoo! will be unable to retrieve such data.
    • Craig C. Hopewell
      ... I always enjoy newspeak and doublespeak , as in high-quality service , now means less service . I even used it in my comment, see enjoy immediately
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 1, 2003
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        --- In 7x10minilathe@yahoogroups.com, "snorkelca" <beaton@m...> wrote:
        > As part of our efforts to ensure that all Yahoo! Groups
        > users enjoy the same high-quality service, we will implement the
        > following service changes on Aug. 7, 2003:

        I always enjoy "newspeak" and "doublespeak", as in "high-quality
        service", now means "less service". I even used it in my comment, see
        "enjoy" immediately preceeding.

        Of course, for zero cost, save the advertising which no doubt will
        continue unabated, it's a good value.

        Hopefully the various authors will retain their high-quality
        (non-newspeak) posting in files and photos. This change may make it
        easier to find information vs searching the archives which is not
        always successful.

        Craig
      • Michael C Taglieri
        I recently finished going through the archives removing my posts that were not worth saving, which took many hours. I d never have the energy or time at this
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 1, 2003
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          I recently finished going through the archives removing my posts that
          were not worth saving, which took many hours. I'd never have the energy
          or time at this point to go through again and save all the ones with
          pictures. I'm glad Dave has saved the whole archives in some fashion --
          perhaps it can be restored someday on another server that treats people
          better.

          When gleaning my old posts, I noticed that many posts have Yahoo ads that
          are saved as images along with the posts. I assume Yahoo doesn't intend
          to delete these images....

          Mike Taglieri -- miket-nyc@...

          "The problem with the French is that they don�t have a word for
          entrepreneur."

          George W.
          Bush


          On Fri, 01 Aug 2003 15:31:13 -0000 "Craig C. Hopewell"
          <chopewel@...> writes:
          > --- In 7x10minilathe@yahoogroups.com, "snorkelca" <beaton@m...>
          > wrote:
          > > As part of our efforts to ensure that all Yahoo! Groups
          > > users enjoy the same high-quality service, we will implement the
          > > following service changes on Aug. 7, 2003:
          >
          > I always enjoy "newspeak" and "doublespeak", as in "high-quality
          > service", now means "less service". I even used it in my comment,
          > see
          > "enjoy" immediately preceeding.
          >
          > Of course, for zero cost, save the advertising which no doubt will
          > continue unabated, it's a good value.
          >
          > Hopefully the various authors will retain their high-quality
          > (non-newspeak) posting in files and photos. This change may make it
          > easier to find information vs searching the archives which is not
          > always successful.
          >
          > Craig
          >
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        • Wilson Logan
          Snorkelca, You can use this application www.personalgroupware.com to archive your groups messages & attachments. You should
          Message 4 of 4 , Sep 1, 2003
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            Snorkelca,

             

             You can use this application

             

             www.personalgroupware.com

             

            to archive your groups messages & attachments.

             

            You should speak nicely to Dave Mucha, I believe he already has a downloaded archive file.

             

            Cheers,

             

             Wilson Logan.

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