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From: LNewman@milbank.com To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS Sent: Monday, January 03, 2000 12:44 PM Subject: RE: Archives ...... Your Help Is Needed!!!
Wonderful job done Helen!!!!! This will be most helpful and I would like to reiterate the fact that we should USE THIS SYSTEM. We will all benefit from it.
-----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [SMTP:email@example.com] Sent: Thursday, December 30, 1999 5:36 PM To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS Subject: Archives ...... Your Help Is Needed!!!
What and where are the archives?
The archives is a place where our messages are stored on a monthly basis. There are three separate categories (for each message)- stored in the archives by: thread, subject and author.
You will find the following information about the archives at the top of the web page - underneath these words (shown in blue):
* POST A NEW MESSAGE TO THE FORUM
* Messages are sorted by: [thread][subject][author]
* Return to archive index - (click these words to access the archive index)
What are the following about: [thread][subject][author]?=20 -----------------------
----------------------- 1. [thread]- includes all of the messages which have been posted during each month: April 1999, etc.
2. [subject] - is non-functional right now. Eventually - the [subject]archive will list messages according to the content of the messages, which you have posted. Once the [subject]archive is functional, it would be very helpful if you would choose a title for the content of your message so that this information can easily be located in the [subject]archive.
3. [author] - This feature is functional now!!! Messages are listed under the name of each [author].
I hope that you will begin to make use of the archives. There is a wealth of information stored there. If you have anyquestions about the use of the archives, please do not be hesitate to ask.
We are all here to help one another. This is how we get our strength and support - in spite of living with chronic pain.
-- The 15th century proverb which summarizes the purpose of medicine is: * To cure sometimes, to relieve often, to comfort always. *
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