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12873Re: [Gnosticism2] Re: Daily Enlightenment

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  • Michael Leavitt
    Nov 14, 2006
      pmcvflag wrote:
      > Ken
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      >>>>> One can get e-mails by sending an e-mail to
      >>>>>
      > gnosticism-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
      > That is a leftover from the days when yahoogroups was oneslist.<<<
      >
      > AHHHH! That explains a lot. Thanks Ken!
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      >>>> I understand that this group was formed as a yahoo club. I
      >>>>
      > started the GT list on onelist which was a subscribtion based
      > internet e-mail list. egroups ate onelist then yahoo ate egroups.
      > For a while yahoo clubs and yahoogroups operated side by side on
      > yahoo. Finally yahoo blended yahoo clubs into yahoogroups. That's
      > how you ended up with the 2 on the end of gnosticism.<<<
      >
      > Yes, and those who had the Clubs kind of got snubbed. Not only did
      > we get the @ added (in spite of the fact that we were older and
      > larger than the group that got to keep it's original name) but we
      > also lost several years worth of archives. According to our list it
      > was created at the end of 2001 rather than in 98, and according to
      > our archives there are a whole bunch of missing posts from Dec 31,
      > 1970 *lol*.
      >
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      >>>> Anyway, if someone is signed up to have the posts sent by e-mail
      >>>>
      > they are sent. If they don't get them then likely their SPAM filters
      > are eating them. For some reason known only to SPAM filters they
      > will let some posts through and send some to the inbox even though
      > they are all from the same yahoogroup.<<<
      >
      > We had been thinking about switching it so that no one would get
      > their posts via email, but I think we gave up on that idea. I guess
      > the fact that people can subscribe without even knowing there is an
      > actual forum would make that even more difficult.
      >
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      >>>> So what I am trying to say is anyone who realizes they are not
      >>>>
      > getting all of their e-mail should check in whatever file their SPAM
      > filter deposits things it thinks are SPAM.<<<<
      >
      > Or even better... come sign in to the forum where you can gain
      > access to a number of resources.
      >
      > PMCV
      >
      I frankly abhor forums, and much prefer email. /I only use the forum
      for looking up old posts./
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