Lee Hoffman has selected me to take over as list administrator. Thanks Lee.
I'm sure all of you appreciate Lee's work in the pass. I don't plan to change
A recent message mentioned having an attachment. RootsWeb does not allow attachments so
they just strip them from the message.
When you reply to a message please try to remember to delete as much of the old message as
possible. I often forget this but if you reply to a message that is a reply the message
can get too big. RootsWeb will reject it and the sender and I will be sent a message
letting us know the message was too big.
Watch out for spam messages. RootsWeb does a good job of blocking most spam, but from
time to time a subscriber's contact list gets hacked and a simple spam message is sent
out. These messages usually have a very short subject line and contain very little, other
than a link. Please do not follow the link and you don't need to send a message
asking why the spam was allowed. It happens. When it does I'll contact the person
whose address was used to send the message and suggest they change their e-mail password.
This has been happening a lot to people who use Yahoo and AOL. It is always a good idea
to change your passwords from time to time - do as I say, not as I do!
I hope all of you continue to enjoy what has proven to be a very helpful list and a
Jim Barrett - Timpson, TX
That's great! So nice that someone stepped up to the plate :) I haven't
bought Deep Mapper yet. I am trying to learn as much as I can before I do.
I am a little worried after reading the post about Deep Mapper not being
able to handle Public Land Survey (township/range/section) descriptions
properly. I have land parcels of both types. As much as I need help with
metes and bounds I would like a program that can handle both adequately. Is
this something that will be updated, does anyone know?
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Subject: Re: [DMU] List Administrator
Lee Hoffman has selected me to take over as list administrator. Thanks