RE: [czernowitz2006] Re: Test
Thanks for the excellent suggestion:
On the Edit Membership page, you have the option to change your email
address. Then all messages in the list will be sent to your existing,
non-Yahoo account, for which your email client is already configured to read
and write mail.
It works very well.
From: Mark Heckman [mailto:mrheckman@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 1:31 AM
Subject: RE: [czernowitz2006] Re: Test
Henry, and others,
It is possible to access Yahoo mail using an email client program instead of
the web interface, but it is a premium, "for pay" option.
But, why do you need to check Yahoo mail if the only connection that you
with Yahoo is this group? There is no need to use a Yahoo email account just
for the czernowitz2006 list. Instead, you can use your existing email
I see that you and Jerry have alread done this, so it is likely that I've
misunderstood your question.
In case someone has created a Yahoo ID and is puzzled how to get the group
messages without having to check on the web, however, you can change the
address to which group messages are sent in this way: Log in using your
ID on the group page (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/czernowitz2006/) and
on the "Edit Membership" link near the top of the page. On the Edit
page, you have the option to change your email address. Then all messages in
the list will be sent to your existing, non-Yahoo account, for which your
email client is already configured to read and write mail.
--- henry@... wrote:
> Sorry for the late reply but I only got to try it today and I could not
> figure it out.
> It appears Yahoo Mail is for HTTP only and any SMTP client like MS Outlook
> will not work.
Reminder: To change your email address, subscribe using the new address and
unsubscribe using the old address.
Post message: firstname.lastname@example.org
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