Alex et. al,
I believe the reason you do not get your own posts is because you are
originating them from a gmail address. I too use gmail and bcc myself when
I post now, otherwise I don't get mine either.
Years ago, I used a Hotmail edress and would always receive a copy of my
post without the bcc..
The tech folks behind the curtain can verify or nullify my thesis here, but
I think that's why you don't get your own posts.
Saint Paul's Westside
One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between Man and
Nature shall not be broken. -* Leo Tolstoy*
A well governed appetite is the greater part of liberty. - *Lucius Annaeus
On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 9:07 AM, Alex Cruz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Good question!
> I know the main reason I don't post as often is because I don't
> receive my own messages via MOU listserve when I send an email message
> to it. I am an MOU member. I receive all MOU listserve posts UNLESS
> they are initiated by me. I've asked about this before but it's never
> been 'fixed'. I have heard of others that have the same issue.
> In other words, I am less likely to post because I am not sure my
> posts are going through--because I don't see them. I only know a post
> went through when and if I get feedback from others. Like a friend
> saying, "Hey, there were 5 misspellings in your MOU posting about the
> I enjoy and benefit from the listserve and thatís why I keep posting,
> even though I fear sometimes I have been black(phoebe)listed.
> If I see this posting in MOU--I will let you know,
> Alex Cruz
> Ramsey Co, MN
> On 4/2/12, Al Schirmacher <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I subscribe both to MOU & Wisbirdn (former birding home, prior to 2004).
> > I wonder why there are substantially less posts on MOU?
> > Don't hear me wrongly, this is not a criticism, more is not necessarily
> > better.
> > At one point I was informed that friendliness & criticism was an issue -
> > over the years, having engaged with many members, and having served on
> > board, find this is perception more than reality.
> > Is it scope of topic? More members? More newcomers? History of rarity
> > scientific inquiry, rather than sharing normal observations?
> > Either way, enjoy & am thankful for both.
> > Al Schirmacher
> > Princeton, MN
> > Sent from my iPhone
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