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#918647 - 08/13/08 12:52 AM Who do you think is most likely to have a full mail box?
Betty Patnude Offline
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Registered: 06/11/07
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If it's yours, please restore it to make room for the e-mails coming in.

I vote for keystring, akira, and pique. (Hint, hint, hint)

You'll find lots of dust bunnies there!

Good job!

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#918648 - 08/13/08 06:38 AM Re: Who do you think is most likely to have a full mail box?
keystring Offline
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I vote for keystring, akira, and pique.
A vote that has gone sadly amiss in my case. I don't do a lot of PMs and I houseclean. I do have a more full inbox on another site, but that is because my volunteer teaching happens there. Generally my student writes in about once a day and I like to keep track for teaching purposes.

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#918649 - 08/13/08 11:15 AM Re: Who do you think is most likely to have a full mail box?
Betty Patnude Offline
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I've emailed recently and after 'composing' the e-mail and sending it, I've gotten - "box is full - try again later". The last time this happened (yesterday) I was able to save the email - for future sending.

Just one of those things, and I must say it's only been once per person that has happened to me.

I know I'm the one who doesn't keep up with the household duties at my home, nor the yardwork, anymore. I'm not lazy, I have some physical limitations that prevent extended range movement and lifting. Isn't that what housework is all about?

I'm off target in a lot of ways, I'm sure it's noticed.

Sorry to offend you keystring.

Betty

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#918650 - 08/13/08 11:21 AM Re: Who do you think is most likely to have a full mail box?
keystring Offline
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I'm not offended, Betty. Thank you for letting me know. I thought it was a rhetorical question. I received three PMs yesterday in rapid succession which is why I didn't think it was a problem. But perhaps yours was the one too many that made the cup overflow. I've cleared out some more.

KS

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