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[filmscanners] Re: appropriateness of " Density vs Dynamicrange"thread (pro)




Interesting comments, Julian.

When I check my e-mail for messages, I just ignore the ones I don't wish
to read.  As I read my mail, I delete it or save it to a folder I have
for that purpose.  Then, I just highlight the ones that I didn't wish to
read and delete them all with one click of the delete key.  No work at
all.

Ted

----- Original Message -----
From: "Julian Robinson" <jrobinso@pcug.org.au>
To: <tedbayer@harbornet.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 2:54 PM
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: appropriateness of " Density vs
Dynamicrange"thread (pro)


> Don - I agree it could be tiresome to have your Scanners mailbox full
of
> things you are not interested in - which is how I would find this
current
> dynamic range thread if I wasn't participating - in some frustration.
I
> too use Eudora and Stan's is maybe the best solution if it really
upsets you.
>
> But in the normal course of things, you have to click on an email to
read
> it anyway, surely the simplest solution is simply not to click on the
ones
> with "density vs dynamic range" in the header?  There are always LOTS
of
> messages I don't read, simply because the subject doesn't interest me.
It
> is no extra work NOT to click, and it means the messages are always
there
> if for some reason you should suddenly or later become interested.
You can
> also monitor, by casting your eye over the headers, how the discussion
is
> going.  And if a header appeared "filmscanners] RE: Density vs Dynamic
> range - I GIVE UP!"  you would of course read it with great interest.
>
> The only possible downside I see to ignoring unwanted messages is the
disc
> space required to store these messages and this, in modern terms, is
> insignificant.  I still have every email from every list that I have
ever
> received stored away here, and the space and speed effect is
> negligible.  Oh yes, also the download time and MB, but I think this
is
> pretty insignificant these days as well, and I am only on 31k bps.
>
> Julian
>
> >I also use Eudora Pro (which, by the way, seems to have become more
> >unstable with later releases; it often crashes or loses menu items).
When
> >you create a filter to dump emails, you can specify that the subject
> >"contains" certain words. It doesn't have to exactly match the entire
> >subject of the incoming email.
> >
> >Stan
>
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