On 7/24/07, Luna <lunasantin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Huh, I haven't had that, either. I guess you
could add the list address to
your contacts list, or set up a filter if you haven't, by now. Either of
those might give it enough hint to sort more to your liking.
Just brainstorming. With my luck, you've done both of those and I'm being a
On 7/22/07, K P <kpbotany(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I thought the list had died down all of a sudden, died down quite a
> bit, but apparently everything has been going into my spam mail box.
> Now, ya'll are thinking, oh, she changed the settings on her something
> to mark this spam by accident. However, those of you who edit with me
> know the probability of my somehow finding a page or place or whatever
> it is called whereby I could change anything is 0, so obviously it had
> to be the list that did something.....
> Has something changed on the list lately that would impact this?
Yes, contacts lists are good, and so is setting up a filter. The
latter is pretty handy. In consultation with 3 of my siblings, on
messenger I think, I managed to set up a filter for one of my hotmail
accounts. I rather like it, except that it puts something I no longer
subscribe to in my today's mail, and I don't know how to access the
today's mail once I've gone to my inbox.
Yes, setting up a filter might be a good idea. When I next get one of
my siblings on the phone, they can tell me how to do messenger (if
that's what it's called, the thing that lets you chat with people on
your computer but not on-line) again, and then maybe I will try to set
up a filter. Maybe they can tell me over the phone.
The issue with the spam appears to be resolved, as the list mails are
all arriving in my inbox and not my spam box.
Thanks for the help, whoever did what, and let me know if I need to
sacrifice a plant to your gods.
Your patience is something to be truly admired. I share your consternation
with computers. Mine is the mouse that has launched a thousand bombs!
And no sacrificing of plants. The gods are plant lovers too; I believe they
would much rather see them alive and flourishing.