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On Wed, Sep 10, 2003 at 08:04:09AM -0400, Steve Levin wrote:
> I agree. This would make sorting my incoming barrage of emails
> much easier to handle.
Of course, that it would be easier, but even your mail program
can filter on To: or Cc: fields, so we don't have to duplicate
this information into Subj: field again.
Matej Cepl, http://www.ceplovi.cz/matej
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A man once asked Mozart how to write a symphony. Mozart told him
to study at the conservatory for six or eight years, then
apprentice with a composer for four or five more years, then
begin writing a few sonatas, pieces for string quartets, piano
concertos, etc. and in another four or five years he would be
ready to try a full symphony. The man said, "But Mozart, didn't
you write a symphony at age eight?" Mozart replied, "Yes, but
I didn't have to ask how."
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