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I’m glad you agree with me on the undesirability and non-necessity of GMF moderation, although I have different reasons and can’t comment on the substance of yours. However, I think your move to groups.io
will be something you’re glad you did. As they say in Casablanca: Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow. But soon, and for the rest of your life. 😊
On Dec 26, 2019, at 2:11 PM, Laurence Marks <marks@...
I'm a newbie. My experience started when I began to transfer a Yahoo group to G.io
several weeks ago. It has been a very disappointing experience.
I'm with J.Catlady. There is no good reason to moderate [GMF]. Some of my posts with worthwhile information have been rejected by moderators for arbitrary reasons.
What was supposed to be a simple, automatic transfer process turned out to be lacking the most important feature--transfer of attachments. So I started working with an outside developer on a complete
solution. After G.io
ceased offering transfers (December 5), when others posted seeking a solution, I mentioned the alternate solution, only to be taunted by the moderator.
If anyone believes that solution is "vaporware", just visit NC-LTRGs@groups.io | Topics
|NC-LTRGs@groups.io | Topics|
and you can see how well the transfer with attachments has worked.
I won't get into my disappointments with [beta] here. Maybe another time.
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