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From Jeffrey Deutsch <>
Subject Re: [ooo-users] Dealing with unfamiliar emails - was Re: New Guy, Suggestion
Date Tue, 08 May 2012 16:21:27 GMT
Hello Mike,

We might well have been here before; there seems to be at least a bit
of sentiment for re-opening this issue. Bear in mind that I'm not the
one who brought up this question.

I'm also not the one who decided to put an "OT" or a second
[ooo-users] in the Subject: line in the first place. In that regard,
I'm not sure how to understand your complaint about starting a new
thread with every post. (To accommodate what I think are your
concerns, I've not touched the Subject: line here.)

If you add something like [ooo-users] to every post, then if I'm
understanding the mechanism correctly it won't cause any thread to

If I'm missing something please let me know.

PS: Please call me Jeff - thanks!


Jeff Deutsch
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On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 11:50 AM, Mike Scott <> wrote:
> On 08/05/12 16:42, Jonathan Allen wrote:
>> On Tue, May 08, 2012 at 11:30:25AM -0400, Jeffrey Deutsch wrote:
>>> I respectfully suggest the list owners/managers consider doing this -
>>> maybe after taking a membership poll?
>> I'm in favour.
> Contra.
> As I said, we've recently been round this loop; iirc a straw poll was
> indecisive, and nothing was done.
> The point I was making about the subject line was that clutter can build up.
> Whatever engine adds the prefix *must not* touch the subject proper. Ergo,
> adding an 'OT' or possibly a 'Re' is enough to muddle the subject line.
> BTW, Jeffrey seems to be starting a new thread with every post. Not helpful
> for the reader or the archive system.
> I'll shut up now on this topic.......
> --
> Mike Scott
> Harlow, Essex, England
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