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From: Kathleen Burnett <>
Subject: [OKHARMON] FROM LIST MOM - First Quarter Report - 2001
Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2001 16:29:44 -0600
Dear List Members, here it is, time for the First Quarterly Report for
2001. Can you believe how fast the time has passed? Please take note of
my new e-mail address, and change your
address books, the old efortress.com account will be closed by the end
of the month.
The OKHARMON Mailing List has 21 members, 17 on the Regular list and
there are 4 members on the Digest List.
If you ever need to unsubscribe from this list or any rootsweb list all
you need to do is visit Password Central located at
http://passwordcentral.rootsweb.com/. Follow the instructions and you
will received an e-mail of all lists you belong to and from it you can
unsubscribe from the ones you want to.
If you are interested in knowing about other mailing list out there, one
of the very best inventories of genealogical mailing lists is John
Fuller's Genealogy Resources on the Internet located at
If you would like to visit the Archived messages of this list, go to
http://archiver.rootsweb.com/ and type in the name of the list you
would like to search.
Just a reminder so this list is better for each of us the posting of
virus warnings, test messages, chain letters, political announcements,
current events, items for sale, personal messages, flames, etc. (in
other words - spam) is NOT ALLOWED and will be grounds for removal.
Consideration for exceptions, contact me at
There are a few items I would like to suggest for the benefit of each of
1. If someone posts a message to the list that should not have been
posted, please just delete it. Know that I am taking care of the
problem. If you post
your unhappiness, then you just continue on the problem. I know it is
hard when your heart has been offended, but for my sake, and the sake
of the list, please just delete it. Rootsweb has a wonderful Spam
Detective and it stops most of it. You should see what comes across my
screen. I have to look at each of them to make sure that what was
stopped was truly spam. Once in a while, one slips by though and if
this happens, just delete it and go on with what we all love,
2. If you would put the subject of your posting in the subject line it
might give you a better chance to attract the attention of someone who
has the the information you are looking for or the attention of someone
searching for the information you are posting.
3. Please remember to delete the tags and un-needed words when you
re-send a message to the list with your answer. If you don't check
this, your responses can become quite large and may cause problems with
some of our member's servers. This member who might not be able to
receive your message because of its size, just might be your long lost
second cousin with all the answers you are looking for.
4. The wonderful relationship that develops between list members is
also one of a Mailing Lists Problems. I encourage you to respond to
the entire list with genealogical responses, you never know who your
response will help. In the same thought I would like to ask you to not
respond to the entire list with personal responses. Such as the first
message from a members says Says "Happy Birthday John" and then John
says "Thank you" and then about 60 of our members also send "Happy
Birthday John". This is what I mean by personal messages. Just keep in
mind anything is ok to be posted as long as it has to do with the
subject of the list. If you have a doubt ask me.
I want to thank each of you for your continued support of me and
yourwillingness to help make this list the success it is.
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