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vrf VRF. Just checking the system

Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 6, 1999
Jens.JOHNSEN@celwave.dk wrote:
>
> Hi Greg
>
> Works fine.
> Just one small comment. As you can see, the system inserts 'vrf' (lower case
> letters) in front of the subject, even if the sender has inserted it. Could
> the system then suppress it in this case?

No, but people will adjust to that pretty quickly and let the VRF do it
for them.

> Perhaps uppercase 'VRF' would be better too?

It's actually prefixing the name of the maillist so I don't think I
have that discretion.

As may be evident from events of this morning, I am still somewhat new
at this technology.

[<>] regards -- gvg

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