Jeannemarie, I don't use Outlook but possibly, if you collapse the
thread, you can delete it. You might get more help on a Jaws or
toggle quoted message. . .
At 01:32 PM 8/12/2018, jeannemarie@..., wrote:
Thanks for possible help: I donâ€™t like discussing gripews, rude
behavior, etc., onlone.
I am using Outlook 2013 through Go-daddy with windows seven and Jaws
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of john s
Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2018 4:14 AM
Subject: Re: [bardtalk] Griping about NLS trend towards commercial
Jeannemarie, it depends upon which email client you use or if you use the
web for mail. Tell us which you use and we may be able to
At 10:54 PM 8/11/2018,
- Hey is there a way in Windows 7 and jaws to delete all the messages
concerning one subject?
- I would love to know. Thanks. I keep having to delete all these
- Thanks, jeannemaire
- From: email@example.com
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Roger Loran Bailey via
- Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2018 5:40 PM
- Subject: Re: [bardtalk] Griping about NLS trend towards
commercial audio books
- That is not a problem exclusive to talking books. Back when I
was sighted I would pick up a paperback book in a drugstore or news stand
and read the synopsis and if it intrigued me enough I would buy the book.
Then when I started reading it I found out that the synopsis had very
little to do with the content. I don't know how they hire synopsis
writers, but I think that a lot of them write those synopses without
bothering to read the book.
- On 8/11/2018 6:31 PM, Pamela Dominguez wrote:
- Yes, IÃ¢€™ve¢ve read books that say they are about one thing, and
when you get into the actual book, itÃ¢€™s totally differenrent, and I
shake my head and go Ã¢€œHuh?Ã¢€