Re: [americancomm] finally joined
I may be the oldest "folk" on here and I believe I was second, after Ty,
to join! 8-)
Of course, I was at home in bed recovering from surgery...
> On Aug 6, 2005, at 5:10 PM, dale wrote:
>> Ah...the old fashioned way!Â I'll have to admit the web interface has
>> been nice for catching up on the old messages I missed, but I guess
>> a little too fancy for some of the older folks. :-/
>> Tom Graves wrote:
>> > Dale,
>> > Send a blank email from the work address to
>> > firstname.lastname@example.org.
>> > Note - you will now get two copies of each message - one at work
>> and one
>> > at home. If you want to only get messages at work, then once you
>> > you are successfully getting messages at work, you can unsubscribe
>> > home by sending a blank message from home to
>> > email@example.com.
>> > If you want to send messages to the group from both home and work,
>> > you need to log onto groups.yahoo.com and edit your email
>> > You would need to create an account if you do not already have one.
>> > - you can join yahoo groups such as "americancomm" without having a
>> > yahoo groups account, but you are then limited to receiving and
>> > messages and cannot use the web-based features of the group.
>> > Tom
>> > On Aug 6, 2005, at 11:40 AM, vickie321 wrote:
>> >Â Â Â Â I have tried several times now, and by a couple of different
>> >Â Â Â Â (including the first "official" invitation) to join the new
>> >Â Â Â Â interface....still no luck.Â I'm finally signed on at home,
>> >Â Â Â Â anyone have any suggestions for joining from a work address?
>> >Â Â Â Â dale
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