RE: killing your own messages from the list

Thomas R. Curtola (tcurtola@uniserve.com)
Thu, 30 May 1996 17:59:45 -0700


>Whats the command to surpress reception of my own posts to the list. I get
>enough mail without also receiving my own posts.. Thanks in advance..
>
>Lenny
>

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