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From "Kerry, Richard" <>
Subject List trouble - not received, how to get index ?
Date Thu, 04 Dec 2014 15:59:34 GMT

I’ve just discovered I haven’t received anything from the list for a couple of weeks.
Not clear why.  Maybe the list’s emails were seen as attempting to spoof my company’s
email address and got bounced, leading to the mailing list stopping sending to me without
any warning.

Anyway it means I missed some answers to a query I sent – and never got sent the query itself.
So I’d like to use the “get” function of the list to get it to send me some archived
messages.  But – it needs me to supply index numbers for the messages I want, and I can’t
see any index number anywhere.

Can anyone tell me how to get the index number from a message on this list ?

Or am I going to need to contact the owner ?


Richard Kerry
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