locked Re: Special messages
Mark, years and years ago, when I was new at running groups, I actually paid attention to who was on "no mail".
Today, I could not possibly care less, even if I tried.
I remember back when I cared, I contacted a few people and asked why they were on no mail, I remember I had one reply that stood out, a guy told me that he was not allowed to use his computer at work for personal things.
So, he would access the web site and read the mail and post from the web site when the boss was away.
He said he could not afford to risk the possibility of getting mail from the group while at work.
I often wondered why he didn't use an online email address but, I figured that was his business, anyway he said that if he had to go to something other than no mail, he would have to leave the group.
He was one of the most active posters.
I suggest leaving the situation to where the individual members make their own choice.
I don't think it is any of the group owner's business how the member has his setting set.
Now, if you absolutely have to do something, make it impossible for the group owner to know if a member is on "no mail", problem solved.
On 1/15/2015 7:41 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote: