Yahoo is not great at doing this itself, and it's impractical to do it manually on a large group. ModTools (http://modtools.org) allows you to have bulkedwhuk
Cindy, An easier way to test things out would be to install another browser. The new browser would have no cookies set for Yahoo yet. The other thing tot2000kwt
Paul M., ... The mechanism is supposed to work in such a way that you, the group manager, need not do anything about the bouncing members (that said, I don'tshalfarley
The Group Managers Forum (GMF) was founded as the "Club Founders Forum" (CFF) using the original Yahoo! Clubs service. Yahoo! acquired eGroups on 6-28-2000 and relaunched it as Yahoo! Groups on 1-25-2001. Yahoo began migrating Y!Clubs to Y!Groups on 2-6-2002. A "grub" refers to a group that was once a club.
- Virtual Communities
- Jul 10, 1999
- This is a public group.
- Attachments are permitted.
- Members can hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership does not require approval.
- Messages require approval.
- All members can post messages.