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Subject: Re: An interactive Google map - long subject liines
From: "John Burchard" tepegawra
Date: Mon Jun 23, 2014 8:40 pm ((PDT))
 [naturerecordists] wrote:

>> Can I assume that you're reading these messages and replying via the
>> Yahoo web interface?
> Peter,
> A mail program takes a feed from the Yahoo address, but can add
> things like "SPAM", often in error. When replying, you can edit the
> subject line as I have just done, but then it won't sort in strict
> alphabetical order. " [Nature Recordists] " is added by Yahoo if it
> is not already there.

AFAIK it is usually the mail server's software that adds the "SPAM" designation 

I like to sort incoming mail by time stamp ... and of course by list identity 
subject matter, I have about 50 folders for incoming mail.

John E. Burchard, Ph.D.
Tepe Gawra Salukis 

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