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not seeing your post to nmusers list?

From: Bachman, William <bachmanw>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 14:28:26 -0400

 1. "your post is too long":

One potential problem you may encounter with the nmusers list is by
sending ".doc" of ".pdf" files or if you are in the habit of carrying
along all past threads in your response. Our server has a limit on the
length of the emails you may submit and these application files can
drastically increase the size (particularly if they include graphics).
For best results, send your information as ASCII text (and all within
the body of the message) or cut off all but the most recent threads in
your reply.

2."you are not posting from your registered email address":

The nmusers mailing list only accepts submissions from those who
subscribe to the list. This prevents you from receiving tons of "spam"
- unwanted
emails for toner-cartridges, mortgage companies, stock brokers, and
offers to improve your sex life. This means the mail account you send
the submission from must be the one you subscribed from. If you are
having your mail "forwarded" to you from another account and then try to
respond from the forwarded account, nmusers will not accept it. Also,
if you applied under one name and your company changed your account name
but still forwards mail sent to the original name (the one nmusers has)
to your new name (where you get the nmusers mail), you also won't see
your posts on nmusers. So, if you don't see your post, you may email me
to update your email address that nmusers sees as the "official" nmusers

3. Unrelated, but, DON'T COPY owner-nmusers
adding to email clutter!



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Received on Thu Apr 19 2007 - 14:28:26 EDT

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