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IF YOU ARE NEW TO USING E-MAIL
s of "netiquette" before you post to this or any email list. For example, posting in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS is the same as shouting, and is considered to be extremely rude. The use of sarcastic humor is usually a bad idea, since facial expressions and voice inflections don't carry across the Internet, sometimes the written word can be construed differently than the writer intended.. It is customary to "lurk" on a list, reading but not posting, until you feel comfortable with the conventions of email communication and are familiar with the tone of discourse on that list.