To Jacques : "No email - I'll read messages on the web site."
Apr 25, 2006 11:57 AM
Can I offer a few suggestions?
First of all , you mention the number of messages posted to this
"average of 50 messages a day"
and from time to time, I see a few other posters talking about all
these emails cluttering up their inbox in their email account.
But subscribers to this forum do NOT, I repeat, do NOT have to have
emails from this forum sent to clutter up their mailbox.
There is an option where you can say do NOT send me emails. Go to:
Under message delivery you have four options:
Individual emails - Receive individual messages.
Daily digest - Receive a daily compilation of many emails in one
Special notices - Receive only important email notices from the
No email - I'll read messages on the web site.
If you choose "No email - I'll read messages on the web site."
then you will receive no emails to clutter up your inbox. and then
when you WANT to look at the messages recently received simply go to:
And you can view the most recent messages, read the ones you want
to, ignore the rest and you don't have to delete any unwanted emails
in your inbox or deal with any clutter at least not from theos-talk.
If the above is not clear, I'm sure Eldon Tucker will be happy to
explain it in clearer terms.
--- In email@example.com, Jacques Mahnich <jacmahnich@...>
> I joined Theos-Talks 10 years ago, close to its coming alive. I
have enjoyed these times (Chuck was already bringing some fun to the
> I tried again this time to share thoughts and knowledge with the
community at large (Internet is an incredible agent to exchange
ideas). I appreciate the freedom which can be lacking sometime
inside well organized societies. I am deeply interested in worldwide
culture and religions comparisons (one of the objective of TS), plus
the coming together of modern science concepts and theosophic ones.
> But the fact is that since I listen to this forum (average of 50
messages a day), I see mainly attacks and counterattacks between
people. It is not too different than in other life situations, but
one could have expected better from a theosophical forum - or maybe
it is an excellent illustration of the current state as of 2006 on
earth...) The main subjects are related to TS history, which can be
of some value for sure, but life is something which is happening
here and now.
> I will try again in 10 years from now.
> Thank you to all of you who live with the willingness to help
others understanding reality.
> I wish you well.
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