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I maintain a mailing list for my old high school class in Thunderbird. My
ISP considers any email with > fifty [50] CC: and BCC: entries to be spam so
I broke the list down into several groups.

When we find an old alum, I add them as a contact and then try to copy them
to one of the groups (I have four [4] so far). Occasionally, though, even
though it looks like the contact was copied to the seledcted group (no error
messages), the contact does *not* get added. So Itry another group and the
copy usually works - eventually.

I was just wondering if TBird has a limit to the number of contacts that can
be part of a group? I keep the list at home and am at work right now, so I
can't count the number of contacts in each group until this weekend.


Jerry C. Adams

IBM i Programmer/Analyst

The secret for long life is don't smoke, don't drink, and don't eat too
much. The secret of happisness is - ignore the previous secret.


A&K Wholesale

Murfreesboro, TN


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