[ic] Can't locate set cronjob (was - Need help with install please. Newbie here)

Peter peter at pajamian.dhs.org
Fri Dec 15 17:23:26 EST 2006

On 12/15/2006 01:57 PM, Rene Hertell wrote:
> Please start a new thread if you want to post a new message.. Jut simply
> renaming a subject breaks the threads of messages
> If your mail-client does not support threaded views, then check your
> messages from the achieves and you'll see what i mean:
> http://www.icdevgroup.org/pipermail/interchange-users/2006-December/thread.html#end

What that is referring to is that a lot of people will "hijack" a
message thread to post their own question.  This might happen if, for
example someone hit the reply button on this message, deleted all the
quoted text, typed in their own problem and hit send.  Two things would

1.  Email clients keep track of what messages were replied to in the
headers of the email.  This allows a mail reader to organise the emails
by subject and show where in the "thread" that email occurred.  People
who use that feature will see a completely different email appearing
inside someone else's thread and it becomes annoying.

2.  If the subject isn't changed then it's also an additional level of
annoyance because the subject says one thing and the email is about
something completely different.

As a rule of thumb when you are starting a new discussion compose a new
email, don't use the reply button unless you are genuinely replying to
an existing email.


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