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From: David Jenkins <me AT jenkinsdavid DOT demon DOT co DOT uk>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: DJGPP componentt (un)Install
Date: Tue, 5 Aug 1997 05:24:09 +0100
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In article <33E63D80 DOT 32A4 AT cs DOT com>, "John M. Aldrich" <fighteer AT cs DOT com>
writes
>David Jenkins wrote:
>> 
>> Why is the CC to djgpp AT delorie DOT com neccessary??
>> I've never done it.
>
snip
>
>Like all things, this policy is not absolute.  I will often forbear
>replying via email if I know that the person I am replying to reads the
>newsgroup/mailing list (like you for example) or if the reply isn't
>specifically directed at that person.  And sometimes I will CC to the
>original poster of the question if I know that he or she does _not_ read
>the list.

Good idea.
Pity my mail software only gives me the option of posting to News or via
Email.

I always assumed that every article was pulled off the c.o.m.d by some
software at DJ's end and put into the mail list. Ah well, we live and
learn.
>
>In general, use common sense.  :)
>
I try too. (But its not all that common over here. :)

-- 
http://www.jenkinsdavid.demon.co.uk for C programmers.
David Jenkins

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