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From:Martijn Tonies Date:July 7 2004 9:07pm
Subject:"high priority" messages (Re: How to query an oracle table from a mysql database)
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Hi all,

Please, do NOT send messages to a public mailinglist
as "high priority" by flagging the email itself. You're
sending this message to hundreds/thousands of people.
It might be "important" to you, but not for each 
recipient. If someone has filters/triggers for "important"
email, he will get quite annoyed to find out it's only
an emailinglist message.

People WILL read and respond to your message
with the "high priority" flag.

With regards,

Martijn Tonies


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How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseUnknown Sender7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseVictor Pendleton7 Jul
  • Re: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseSteve Davies7 Jul
Re: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseMartin Gainty7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseUnknown Sender7 Jul
  • RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseJustin Swanhart7 Jul
  • "high priority" messages (Re: How to query an oracle table from a mysql database)Martijn Tonies7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databasePaul DuBois7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseVictor Pendleton7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseUnknown Sender7 Jul
RE: How to query an oracle table from a mysql databaseUnknown Sender7 Jul