Re: Sending mass emails in HTML format - DO NOT!
by "Paul Roberts" <roberts_paul(at)bigfoot.com>
||Wed, 6 Sep 2000 01:15:10 +0100
||"Stuart McDonald" <stuart(at)fourelephants.com>,
||sunshineband co bellsouth stuart
Sorry but why not just turn off "always dial a connection" my computer never
dials unless I tell it to.
IE tools>connections Dial up settings box and change the radio button to
never dial a connection.
To connect you just go to the dial up connections and tell it to connect.
Put a shortcut to your dial up connection on your desktop.
It wont dial again unless you tell it to.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stuart McDonald" <stuart(at)fourelephants.com>
Sent: Monday, September 04, 2000 5:57 PM
Subject: Re: Sending mass emails in HTML format - DO NOT!
> I'm based in Thailand - internet access is overpriced and unreliable.
> I get around 150 to 200 emails a day, many off lists - about 95% is text
> I check email two or three times a day and read it all offline.
> Nothing bugs me more than reaching an email and straight away my computer
> trys to dial a connection, sometimes three or four times before it gives
> That really bugs me.
> I know all I have to do is cancel it, but the point is if 95% of my other
> mail doesn't make me do this, then this extra 5% really bugs me.
> It is not a case of being a ludite its a case of not wanting to be
> inconvenienced by this kind of mail.
> Simple reason, some may think it silly.
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