Re: [hreg] managing hreg traffic
- Being the President of APSENA (www.apsena.org) I receive hundreds of
un-solicited e-mail messages that turns me off. That is the some of your
deparing members feel.
B. A. Syed
> Thanks Chuck,
> I suspect that will go a long way in fixing the membership bleeding. As
> a new member that subscribed at the JSC safety and total health day, I
> was like many I'm sure(Jim & Kathi...), totally in the dark about how to
> manipulate my subsription or even unsubscribe. My wife has been
> pressuring me to "stop all that junk mail" which she found cluttering her
> messages, but which I have found about 50% interesting (in spite of tons
> of unsubscribes). Thanks to you, I went to http://www.egroups.com
> recreated my password, selected a daily digest version of the hreg
> traffic and everyone's happy. I will stay on, as I suspect others will,
> too. Periodic sending of this information will educate and inform the
> evolving membership.
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2000 14:03:46 +0000 Chuck Wright <chuck-wright@...>
> > Suggestions for managing your HREG/egroup account:
> > You can go to the http://www.egroups.com web site and select
> > "hreg", then "modify" to change your account settings. (you may
> > have to log in first).
> > You can choose to not receive any mail (you can just view
> > messages at the web site) or to receive them in "digest" form,
> > in which case you will receive one per day with all of the
> > messages in it.
> > If you want to unsubscribe, you can do it there. Unsubscribing this
> > way is considerate of others on the list, and no more trouble than
> > sending mail to the list asking someone to do it for you.
> > --
> > Chuck Wright
> > http://www.chuck-wright.com
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