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Re: Deletion of Messages by Poster

Aug 10, 2010 03:06 AM
by Sampsa Kuukasjarvi


But MKR, since you are constantly talking about truth and quoting the  truth motto of the TS, why can't you be more specific? Do you suspect that Petri Jokela removed his own posts?

Actually, I know him, we are from the same country, I could ask him, but what do you say?

I still believe you may have deleted the posts with purpose or by accident.

Anyway, in the future I wish that you MKR will be more balanced in your opinions about theosophical administration. You should be as critical towards Adyar as TS America, if there are grounds for it.

Sampsa



--- In theos-talk@yahoogroups.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
>
> From time to time, one may post a msg to the list, and in retrospect one my
> want to clean up by removing it from the list. Many are in the belief that
> this cannot be done.  Yes, it can be done. A clarification is in order so
> everyone is aware of the process/procedure for message deletion.
> 
> When a message is posted to the list, it is stored in yahoo servers. After
> the end of the month, the messages are permanently archived to
> www.theos-talk.com.
> 
> Whenever a poster wants to clean up their messages by removing them, it can
> be done by the poster by signing to the list on the web and deleting their
> messages. Once deleted, the msg is gone for ever and cannot be restored.
> 
> However, any deletion by the poster has to be done before they are archived
> to www.theos-talk.com.  Once archived, poster cannot remove any messages.
> 
> I hope this helps everyone.
> 
> MKR
> 
> There is no religion higher than Truth
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>






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