Re: FW: Theos-World Mr. J. Price memo
Jun 22, 1997 11:06 AM
At 01:21 PM 6/22/97 -0400, you wrote:
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Dallas & Valerie
>Sent: Saturday, June 21, 1997 6:53 PM
>Subject: Theos-World Mr. J. Price memo
>From: Dallas Tenbroeck Sat June 21st k997
>Dear Mr. Price:
> I received your memo and quite frankly do not understand it, so I will
>route this through T-World.
> If you wish to ask a question pleae do so, I will be glad to answer, if
> Sincerely, Dallas TenBroeck
>This is what I received:
> = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
>JOSEPH PRICE wrote:
>> From: email@example.com on behalf of Eldon B. Tucker
>> Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 1997 3:31 PM
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Subject: Theos-World Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, etc.
>> I received the following comments from Dallas TenBroeck that
>> I've been told are ok to pass on.
>> -- Eldon
>> Dear Eldon Tucker:
>> I am confused. I am recently back on-line and cannot keep up with all the
>> e-mail (lists?)
>> I asume that this is your list (correct?) or is theosophy world?
>> It seems Olcott (TSA) has their own list moderated by Joan somebody.
>> And of course there is the oldest theos-l. Can you briefly help me sort
>> this out if you have time? I do not have anyone's private e-mail address
>> anymore since I changed internet providers.
>> Thanks for your help. It may be a help to put this is as a general post
>> a FAQ for real newcomers! Is their a FAQ on all this. Sorry to bother
>> Keith Price
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>Keith: I seem to be some type of theosophical computer virus although I want
>to be helpful bacteria :) I am impulsive and when I am confused I cry for
>help, but the internet is so open and business-like a friendly request can be
>misconstrued as trouble making.
>My problem is there are so many lists now, I am having trouble sorting out who
>owns or moderates them, what there special purpose is and how I fit or don't
>fit in. There is a lot of e-mail in my box. You know what I mean!
I do not see anything wrong with your msg. Your request is very reasonable.
Many others lurking here will also benefit from the responses you get for
your request. Be yourself. If someone does not like your msg, then it is not
your problem, it is theirs.
BTW, my e-mail program allows me to set up separate mail boxes based on
various criteria and it helps the incoming mail to be sorted and stored in
different mail boxes so that I can easily review important msgs quickly
without wading through a lot of mail.
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