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  • KITlist-Tech@yahoogroups.com
    Hello Everyone, The good news is that the economy is turning and there are more jobs. Since new people are joining each day, we ll be sending out this
    Message 1 of 99 , Nov 2, 2008
      Hello Everyone,

      The good news is that the economy is turning and there are more jobs. Since new people are joining each day, we'll be sending out this bi-monthly reminder to let you know that if the volume of KIT emails is getting too much for your system, here are three options to help you manage them:

      1. Direct all KIT emails to a special folder:

      Some email systems allow you to create separate folders within your in-box. Create a KIT List folder and then create an email filter that will direct any emails with the word �KIT� in the subject line into that folder.


      2. Get only one KIT email per day:

      You can choose �Daily Digest� on your YahooGroups email preferences so that instead of getting individual emails, you can get a single email each day that compiles all of the emails into one.

      Go to the KIT List home page on Yahoo Groups at:
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KITlist-Tech/

      Go to the �Edit My Membership� link on top right side of the page. Then choose �Daily Digest� in the �Message Delivery� section. Hit the �Save Changes� button at the bottom of the page, and you should be all set.


      3. Stop all KIT emails and view jobs via the Web:

      Go to the KIT List home page on Yahoo Groups at:
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KITlist-Tech/

      Go to the �Edit My Membership� link on top right side of the home page. Then go under �Message Delivery� and choose �Special Notices.� Be sure to choose �Special Notices� since we do occasionally send out important messages from the moderators. Then hit the �Save Changes� button at the bottom of the page.

      Also, please let us know if you get a job or candidate from the KIT List, since that�s the whole reason why we keep this list going!

      Take care,

      Sue Connelly
      KIT List Founder
      www.kitlist.org

      The KIT List is a service of Connelly Communications, Inc.
    • KITlist-Tech@yahoogroups.com
      Hello Everyone, The good news is that the economy is turning and there are more jobs. Since new people are joining each day, we ll be sending out this
      Message 99 of 99 , Nov 16, 2008
        Hello Everyone,

        The good news is that the economy is turning and there are more jobs. Since new people are joining each day, we'll be sending out this bi-monthly reminder to let you know that if the volume of KIT emails is getting too much for your system, here are three options to help you manage them:

        1. Direct all KIT emails to a special folder:

        Some email systems allow you to create separate folders within your in-box. Create a KIT List folder and then create an email filter that will direct any emails with the word �KIT� in the subject line into that folder.


        2. Get only one KIT email per day:

        You can choose �Daily Digest� on your YahooGroups email preferences so that instead of getting individual emails, you can get a single email each day that compiles all of the emails into one.

        Go to the KIT List home page on Yahoo Groups at:
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KITlist-Tech/

        Go to the �Edit My Membership� link on top right side of the page. Then choose �Daily Digest� in the �Message Delivery� section. Hit the �Save Changes� button at the bottom of the page, and you should be all set.


        3. Stop all KIT emails and view jobs via the Web:

        Go to the KIT List home page on Yahoo Groups at:
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KITlist-Tech/

        Go to the �Edit My Membership� link on top right side of the home page. Then go under �Message Delivery� and choose �Special Notices.� Be sure to choose �Special Notices� since we do occasionally send out important messages from the moderators. Then hit the �Save Changes� button at the bottom of the page.

        Also, please let us know if you get a job or candidate from the KIT List, since that�s the whole reason why we keep this list going!

        Take care,

        Sue Connelly
        KIT List Founder
        www.kitlist.org

        The KIT List is a service of Connelly Communications, Inc.
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