It ain't broke. Don't fix it.
The Unicode emails provide useful and TIMELY information. Many people have
posted questions to the list and received an answer within a couple of
minutes. This is an extremely useful feature of the current way the emails
My email inbox is set to automatically place Unicode messages into their own
folder without a notification message. That way I can go through the
messages when it is convenient for me. My normal workflow is not disrupted
by incoming Unicode emails.
Besides, on a worldwide distribution list, what would be the proper time to
send a big block of messages? Its always the middle of the day somewhere.
Automated Wagering International
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