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>>>>> "BS" == Bill Silvert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
BS> This and the subsequent exchange, ending with an offensive and
BS> condescending message from Pieri, really bugged me. Although I don't
BS> use the subject_prefix myself, it is really useful for subscribers who
BS> are indundated with e-mail and don't know how to filter it.
So tell them how to filter it instead of hacking things up. It isn't
rocket science, Bill.
If they do not want to learn, too bad. If they do not want to learn to use
their tools they have no business being in the workshop. Don't weigh those
of us that have taken the time to learn to use our tools properly with
their useless cruft... because it is useless. Subject "tags" provide
nothing that is not already in the headers.
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Rich Pieri <email@example.com> / If Happy Fun Ball begins to smoke,
Sysmonster, Unix Wrangler / get away immediately. Seek shelter
Prescient Technologies, Inc. / and cover head.
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC /