netsurf-users Digest, Vol 59, Issue 6

evanallen at talktalk.net evanallen at talktalk.net
Thu Mar 29 09:48:33 BST 2012


In article <5277f53bddtricia at orchid-squad.org.uk>,
   Tricia Garner <tricia at orchid-squad.org.uk> wrote:
> On 26 Mar, in article
> <8f18b3c749ca5517d1f25a4db079e5d1-EhVcX1lFRQVaRwYcDTpQCEFddQZLVF5dQUNBAjBeX15ZVF0WXVloCVQ6XFxcQ0IDWFhdQg==-webmailer2 at s,
>   m0n0 <ole at monochrom.net> wrote:
> >  Am Montag, den 26.03.2012, 00:37 +0200 schrieb Tim Hill 
> >  <tim at timil.com>:

> > > Why's it there? Are there still people on dialup who need it?

> >  Generally this feature is offered by the Mail list managers to
> >  provide users an option limit the amount of mails they get. This
> >  has nothing to do with dialup. It's just less annoying to get 1
> >  mail once a day, instead of getting 40 mails...

> >  I'm subscribed to several mail lists and I like the digest feature.

> >  Greets,
> >  m

> How can one loooong email with all the replies in all the threads
> which people haven't snipped repeated again and again possibly be
> less annoying than 40 emails? Just curious. 

It is a matter of personal preference. For me I prefer the one long
digest rather than many emails. Obviously others prefer all the single
emails.




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