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Ruffin R Cooper <rrcooper@...>
 

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Does the H-sig have a digest mode where all messages are held for
a day and then either forwarded, or posted in a data base so that
they can be retrieved on request? You would have a hard time
managing a selective retrieval, but, retrieving each day, at your
option, would seem to be feasible. Of course, "sending to all"
on a daily basis would probably be easiest to administer. Either
process would reduce what I call the "snow flakes" problem.

Bob Cooper


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