A Few More Tips On Using the List

Set Up a Filter for List Messages

Kidney-Onc is a high volume list! You can get so many emails that can actually become hard to find your other e-mail among all of the list email! Almost every email program has a way to set up filters and you can use a filter to send all of the kidney-onc mail to a separate "mailbox" or "folder". Typically you can have as many different filters as you like. There are literally dozens of different email programs out there, and we can't tell you exactly how to set up a filter in your program. Mostly it boils down to two parts:

As above you'll need to explore your how your particular email program works to figure exactly out how to do this.

Go No-Mail When You Are Away

To prevent a large number of messages from accumulating, you can temporarily suspend delivery by setting your subscription to no mail. See our information on unsubscribing for details on how to set no mail.

Use Our FAQ Pages and the Archives to Research Kidney-Cancer

You can use the list archives to research subjects which we have already discussed on the list - and that's practically everything! Searching by the names of drugs, doctors, and treatments is especially productive.

Our Kidney-Cancer FAQ page will put you in touch with the latest information we can find on kidney cancer and is a good place to start researching what is already known. (Note: As of this writing, the Kidney-Cancer FAQ is in its infancy, but expect more later)


This Kidney-Onc FAQ Page By Steve Dunn. Copyright 2001 Steve Dunn
Last Updated April 1, 2001