vaguely proposed a theory
......and in reply I say!:
remove ns from my header address to reply via email
I am not sure about some of what you say. But to answer your
I want it to continue to protect me if ther power is off, either
because I turned it off, or the supply goes down at 20:00 and I am
standing in the dark with a blade spinning down, my fingers close
enough to be worrisome.
The _point_ of asking what happens when the saw is stopped si that the
thing need not operate then. If it does it would be a little
No. I said the power was off. See question 2.
You lost me.
Exactly. I was asking what happens. This thing appears somewhat
violent, and not neede if the saw is stopped.
You lost me again. I hope you understand my questions better.
Pretty sure that with "outlook express" you can set it to ignore by thread,
or by sender. Should be a way to ignore any thread with the word "sawstop"
in the subject: line, for instance.
If that doesn't give you the option, Forte Agent is a damn fine
newsreader for Windows users; there's even a free version.
Hm. You know, I'm not sure any news client does. The headers come in
separate from the body, and far as I know, all killfiles act just on header
information. You're saying "If the word (blah) is in the message anywhere,
don't show me the header", I think?
Should be simple enough but I don't know of any which do that. Never saw
the need to go beyond headers-based killfiling, though, so I haven't looked.
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