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egroups.yahoo.com is pretty good... They can mail the stuff to you or you
can use the web interface.  There is one someone started that the software
department gives support directly to customers.


At 11:29 AM 6/12/01 -0700, you wrote:
>you could always subscribe the list to geocrawler.com mail list archive and
>read from there.  There are others, if need be I could look 'em up.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Mister Resistor
>On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, John McDonnell wrote:
>> I am wholeheartedly against this. I don't read newsgroups. I don't
>> 'em. The mailing list works well for what it does.
>> A decent mail reader should allow you to view by thread at any rate.
>Well, as Bill said, there's a system that allows them to be cross-posted
>between newsgroups and mailing lists.  That way, some of us can save
>space and not subscribe to the list, but still read/post to a newsgroup.
>It's sort of a solution that would help control mail-volume more than
>anything else [bad mail readers, etc.]  I don't think running such a
>server is terribly complex...
>Pavan xxxxxx (xxxxxx@uiuc.edu)   http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~xxxxxx

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