From: Tsai, Max [mailto:max.tsai@spcorp.com]
Subject: [NMusers] Where's my email?
Date: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 10:31 AM

Hello.  I wasn't sure who to ask, but maybe you can help me out. 
I sent an email last week and again this week to post something on
the NMUsers group.  But, it never got posted.  I no longer need to
post the email anymore, but I would like to know what happened for
future postings.  I've posted things successful in the past, so I'm not
sure what has changed.  Is there any way to know if it was received?  If
it wasn't, then I'll need to contact my IT department here to find out why
my email did not get sent, despite Outlook telling me that it did.  Thanks. 
The title was BSV in NM simulations.

-Max

Max Tsai, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist (DM/PK)

Schering-Plough Corporation

2015 Galloping Hill Road

K-15-2-2650

Kenilworth, NJ 07033-0530

(:  (908) 740-3911

╩:  (908) 740-2916

*:  max.tsai@spcorp.com  
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From: "Bachman, William (MYD)" bachmanw@iconus.com
Subject: [NMusers] RE: Where's my email?
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 10:39:17 -0400

Things that can can posting failure to nmusers:
 
email too long (e.g. there have been many additions to a thread and you have
added yet another), work-around is to cut off the excess thread verbage and
just send your addition to the thread (and maybe the immediate prior addition
if you really think it is necessary)
 
email is too large, work-around is to (1) send as plain text (don't use html
formatted emails), (2) don't attach files like pdf's or large datafiles
 

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