[ROVERNET - UK] Keeping track of topics
marc.stainier at belgacom.net
Thu Feb 16 09:20:43 GMT 2006
Hi Ray !
If you're using Outlook (Not Outloook Express) there is an easy way to stock
and consult all of you emails.
First of all, you must create a separate file in your list like "Rover" for
example. Than, just use the "search" button on the top and tick the box with
"search in text and description". Then, you'll easely find wath you're
I think that will be the cheapest and easiest way to do it.
Greetings from the otherside of the planet.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Wilkins" <raywilk at yahoo.com>
To: "RoverNet Mailing List" <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 10:07 AM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Keeping track of topics
> Greetings All,
> I have been a member of this list now for over 3 years
> and although not an very active member in terms of
> posts or replies to queries, I love to read of
> problems and solutions. I have posted the odd problem
> and am happy to say the replies have been extremely
> helpful. I have even ventured to express my own
> solution on rare occassions!
> My question to you all now is; I have saved nearly
> 2000 emails and would like to hear from anyone who has
> found an easy way of cataloguing the topics for future
> reference. My main area is, naturally, the P6B but
> other topics are of interest as well. I can see that a
> time may come when I have a problem and would like to
> look up any relevant emails from other listers.
> Anyone have any ideas? All contributions accepted (as
> long as they fall within the bounds of general
> Ray Wilkins
> 1976 P6B
> Melbourne, Australia
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