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RE: [Fantasy_Books] Re: Message Chronology

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  • Maire
    FOr those people using Outlook, then you can use the organise function to organise by colour, viwe, folders, font... ie you can turn every email from a
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 1, 2001
      FOr those people using Outlook, then you can use the organise function to
      organise by colour, viwe, folders, font... ie you can turn every email from
      a specific origin red or wahtever. You can also organise by date, (it looks
      like a timeline) , subject, sender, unread etc etc
      Maire
      -----Original Message-----
      From: Tim Andrews [mailto:ireand@...]
      Sent: Monday, 2 July 2001 9:16 PM
      To: Fantasy_Books@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: [Fantasy_Books] Re: Message Chronology


      One of the many reasons why Digest mode is the way to go!
      However, I shall email yahoogroups and see if I can find out anything...
      Tim
      Your friendly List moderator

      > Argh... Is anyone else annoyed by the fact that since different users
      > are in different time-zones and the emails are sorted by their server's
      > time we hardly ever get the messages in the right order?
      > I know the moderator of the list can't really do anything about it
      > himself... But perhaps someone of authority could email YahooGroups and
      > suggest they sort messages by the time they reach Yahoo's server?
      > Just a suggestion.

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    • Tim Andrews
      One of the many reasons why Digest mode is the way to go! However, I shall email yahoogroups and see if I can find out anything... Tim Your friendly List
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 2, 2001
        One of the many reasons why Digest mode is the way to go!
        However, I shall email yahoogroups and see if I can find out anything...
        Tim
        Your friendly List moderator

        > Argh... Is anyone else annoyed by the fact that since different users
        > are in different time-zones and the emails are sorted by their server's
        > time we hardly ever get the messages in the right order?
        > I know the moderator of the list can't really do anything about it
        > himself... But perhaps someone of authority could email YahooGroups and
        > suggest they sort messages by the time they reach Yahoo's server?
        > Just a suggestion.
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