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Re: Re: A few words about my ARtNewsletter Nr. 0

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  • Alain
    ... Hi, and thanx for your kind response. I check my mailing list and found you address weren t included in it. About the negative responses I got, yes, some
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      Hi, and thanx for your kind response. I check my mailing list and found you address weren't included in it. About the negative responses I got, yes, some of them were automatically generated but I can assure some others came from
      physical persons. But it gave me the opportunity to write these "few words about my ArtsNewsletters Nr. 0" posted yesterday and to allow interested people to e-mail me directly to tell they wanted to continue to receive this
      Newsletter.
      Just a precision: my Art Newsletter will feature my work in marbling (see some samples in the Files Section of this group), but not only marbling, since I also do china ink drawings, collage and digital painting, as you've probably
      seen on my site.

      Alain


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      > From: "susaglenn" <sglenn@...>
      > Subject: Re: A few words about my ArtNewsletter Nr. 0
      >
      > Hi,
      > If you sent your news letter to me, my internet provider's rabid
      > spam detector could have automatically sent you a somewhat rude
      > response letter telling you that your e-mail was turned away by
      > their spam detector. Sorry about that if it happened.
      >
      > It seems that the only things that their spam detector lets through
      > are the truly offensive spam items; all others are turned away
      > including inquiries from my potential customers. It drives me crazy.
      > I turned the thing off, but they keep changing the setting on me &
      > reactivating it. I check the list of spam that they have turned away
      > on a daily basis, but the list is sooooo extensive that I could have
      > overlooked your art news letter and I would have liked to have seen
      > it.
      >
      > Anyway, my point is that those response letters that you received
      > could have been generated by machine, not people. Your subject line
      > needs to be crystal clear regarding what you are sending (say
      > something about MARBLING if possible) so that the recipients will
      > know that they want to open your e-mail. I will go to your site &
      > email you my other e-mail address. Just don't pass it out to anybody.
      >
      > Susa Glenn
      >


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