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Date:         Thu, 09 Mar 89 22:54:47 EST
From:         "Homer W. Smith" 
Subject:      Re: An inquiry concerning postings.
To:           Adore-l list 
In-Reply-To:  Message of Wed, 8 Mar 89 15:41:05 EDT from
 

>Hi Homer,
>   This is really addressed to you as the list owner. Is it true that
>you yourself actually decide what mail gets posted? I may have
>misunderstood the review, but this list does represent an opportunity
>for unfettered expression. Please clarify this point.
>   Why am I receiving more than one copy of mail?
>
>Regards,
>
>Jim Diamond
>JDIAMOND@BAT.BATES.EDU
>"Hell for company, heaven for climate." -- Mark Twain
>

     ADORE-L is uncensored and unmoderated.  What you send
people get when bitnet gets around to it.  For some of us
like me that may be a day or two after it is sent.

     So I you start a war among yourselves I wont be there
to step in until after it is over.


     For a few days I mistakenly had an option set on the list
that created a dual header so when someone answered mail from the list
it sent mail back to both the list and the original sender.

     I have changed this back to normal again, but there may
still be mail in peoples readers that have the dual option
set.  When they answer it, if you sent it, you will get a personal
copy and then the list will get a copy so you will get it twice.

     The list is uncensored and unmoderated.  I am no where close
to bouncing anyone let alone filtering messages even though
I have received private mail begging me to do so.

     I enjoy all of your postings, although I cringe at a few
knowing what others must think.


     A few of the more undesirable elements have left on their
own accord.  Cockroaches can not stand light.

 Homer W. Smith      Adore-l list         3/09/89*An inquiry concerning posting