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Re: [ARSCLIST] The case for message boards.

I also have had good success with Yahoo! groups.  And I would never willingly touch a Mac.


Roger and Allison Kulp <thorenstd124@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Funny I belong to at least a dozen Yahoo! groups,and have been using their mail exclusively since 2001,with zero problems.Maybe that's because I use a Mac...


Angie Dickinson Mickle  wrote: Tom Fine wrote:
>It seems 
> that many of us do not have time or patience to be surfing message 
> boards, while some rabidly want to convert to that format. One question 
> that immediately comes to mind is, can a list do both?

As I said in my last post, Yahoo groups does.  I have no idea if there 
are other bulletin board programs that allow it.  It is something to 
look into.  I do want to make it clear that I am in NO WAY suggesting 
that this group even consider becoming a group on Yahoo!!!  I swear 
that's where my husband's computer attracts virus.  I only use them as 
an example of a board that is both a bulletin board and an email list.

Angie Dickinson Mickle
Avocado Productions
Arvada, CO

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