Excuse my brevity; sent from my droid
SurgeMail Support <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Let us know what OS you are on and we will sort out a build for you that
>On 24/07/2011 3:38 p.m., Orin Wells wrote:
>> This has bugged me for a long time. Is there any chance you guys might
>> fix it some day?
>> If you send a list of join requests in a message to a list and there are
>> some who are already on the list you get a message back for every one of
>> them. The problem is that with each new email the system discovers in
>> the list already it tacks it on to the one before and sends a new email.
>> So if you had 10 who were already in the list you get 10 messages. The
>> first has 1 entry, the 2nd has the first and second entry and so on
>> until you hit the last one which contains all of the emails already
>> OK, I know I should not be joining people who are already in the list,
>> but with a couple thousand in the list I am not going to take the time
>> to check each one of them first. Logically the last response would be
>> the best one. Just one message with all the emails listed.
>> Orin Wells
>> Awasco, Inc.
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