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> > If your system isn't doing it, it may be your internet service provider. > During hi peak hours mine dumps me off every few minute if there has been > no activity. I used to get upset so I set my mail program to check mail > about every six or seven minutes. Worked like a champ but then I had to > put up with the thing "checking mail" in the middle of something else. > Some email systems (the one I have at work for example) seem to keep on > going while the mail checking occurs in the background but my current one > at home makes me wait. So now I just accept the fact that sometimes the > provider has to dump me in favor of a fresher account (hmmm, that sounds a > lot like growing old!). > > Dan Culbertson Thanks Dan, it sure is hell when you get old. No one appreciates you anymore. ;-} Jim Davis www.visual-artists.com > - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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