Replying to LO24140 -- <http://www.learning-org.com/00.03/0046.html>
> My solution to the y2k problem was to move to Landfield's new version of
> Again, I would be happy to have any comments about the way learning-org
> Best regards to all... Hope you are enjoying learning-org.
> -=- Rick
Perhaps it is said before, but is it possible that you make the first line
in the body, most often a 'replying to LO-xxxxxxx' a hyperlink to the
archive? Most emailbrowsers turn lines starting with 'http://etc.' into
hyperlinks. If I am correct the following line should appear as a
hyperlink: <http://www.learning-org.com/00.03/0046.html>. If you click on
it you go directly to the connected message.
[Host's Note: Thanks Winfried... I don't know right off how to do this,
but I'll think about it. In the meantime, the best way to find a msg in
the archive is from the LO###. ..Rick]
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