...after my trip down the rabbit hole of e-mail life!
After losing my old email, I thought - sure, why not just use the email account I get with my ISP? So I go to my road runner homepage and figure out how to get to my mail account and find out two interesting things:
1) Apparently, every time I filled in an automatic mail setup on the web from home - such as when I requested info on a tour in Scotland, and when I sent in my select-a-set - it assumed that I wanted my return email address to be the one my ISP provided... not the one I always use. Come to think of it, do you even see the address you're sending from, all the time? So, I found about 20 messages there that I thought had never been sent to me! Let this be a lesson to you all; I sure wasn't aware of it!
2) Unfortunately, however, the road runner email set up is terrible. You can't set up folders to save emails in an organized fashion, and there's a 10 Mb limit (lousy for photo rec'ving and sending!)
So - I just set up a new email in Yahoo, which is where I'm used to getting mail, but it's a true Yahoo account, not a Prodigy account that I open up in Yahoo, so it should STAY MINE!!!
I'll try to send it out to everbody as soon as I figure out how. BTW... is there any way to transfer an address book from one yahoo mail account to another? *bats eyelashes fetchingly*
Oh! And, can you believe it? WTTS actually emailed me back the next day about my select-a-set... but unless they played it last Friday, when I missed the usual playing time, they haven't played it yet. But the letter's very sweet:
We get so many Select-A-Sets I don't often reply individually, but after reading your e-mail, I wanted to send a quick note to say "welcome" to Indianapolis. It's a real compliment to know that in some way, WTTS made your transition easier. We love new listeners, and if there's anything we can ever do, please let us know. If you'd like to come out to the next WTTS Private Concert, please let me know and we'll set you up with passes. If you're not a VIP yet, please take a few moments to sign up for free at www.wttsfm.com. You'll receive e-mails periodically so you can see what's going on around town so you can meet some new folks in Indianapolis.
Again, thanks for the nice e-mail, and welcome to the city!
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