Arrangement of the INDOLOGY Digest

David Salmon dsalmon at SALMON.ORG
Sat Nov 11 13:46:16 EST 2000


If one uses an email program that permits direction of individual messages
from particular sources to their own folders or directories (such as
Microsoft's Outlook Express, which is part of Windows), receiving Indology
messages individually, rather than in a single digest, solves this problem.
Using the program, the Indology messages can be automatically directed to a
separate folder or subdirectory ("Indology") where they will not clutter up
the rest of one's email.  They can then be read selectively, and replied to
individually more easily.

David Salmon



----- Original Message -----
From: "t70" <Axel.Michaels at URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.DE>
To: <INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK>
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2000 8:53 AM
Subject: Re: Arrangement of the INDOLOGY Digest


> A question to Dominik or Chris: The increasing number of contributions to
the
> indology list makes it increasingly difficult to enjoy it because only
every tenth
> message or so is of  interest for oneself. Would it be possible to arrange
the digest
> in a way that topics from the contents could be selected without being
"forced" to go
> through the whole digest? Would it technically be possible, for instance,
to arrange
> the topics in the digest as links to the respective contributions? This
would help to
> select quickly such messages which are really of interest for oneself.  It
would
> also, I guess, stimulate the active participation in the various
discussions.
> Best
> Axel Michaels
>
>



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