deleting your own messages

Dee Pettus (dlp1@ahs.aberdeen.k12.ms.us)
Thu, 30 May 1996 20:08:20 -600


Hi all,

This was included in my Welcome message when I subscribed months ago.

Notice the NOACK command. Hope it helps.

Dee Pettus

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