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Thread poster: Elvira Stoianov

Elvira Stoianov  Identity Verified
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May 11, 2002

I think the forum is a great place for sharing ideas. I have found a lot of topics that are very interesting. However, I miss out on many discussions because I have a dial-up connection and it would be very costly to go through all postings, so I only see the last postings that are on the main page when I go online.

I think there might be others too who share my opinion and I think it would be a good idea to inlcude forum postings into e-mail preferences, thus I could see all topics and visit those that I am interested in (and even keep the links to those that might be of interest later, such as links to dictionaries, which you can\'t find when you need them, or topics that are of permanent interest, such as payment matters).

The way things are right now, I only have the occasion once in two or three months to go through all postings (when I go to my office where they have a permanent connection with unlimited traffic).

So if anyone agrees with me, please say this here, maybe Henry will add this feature.

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