inviting others to the group

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Tim van Gelder

Jan 17, 2008, 6:59:24 PM1/17/08

I've modified the group settings so that any member can invite others. 

To help guard against spam, I've also set it so that messages from new members are moderated.

- Tim

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From: Simon Lewis of Sinch Software <>
Date: 18 Jan 2008 10:29
Subject: RE: Google Groups: You've been invited to Legal Mapping
To: Tim van Gelder < >

Thanks for invite - joining was painless.

I was hoping to make it just as easy when inviting colleagues, however, I could not find the Invite Members button on the home page as suggested in HELP.

Simon Lewis

Sinch Software - legal knowledge management   Tel:  +61 2-9718 4076,
14 Unwin St, Canterbury NSW, 2193 Australia


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Sent: Friday, 18 January 2008 9:08 AM
Subject: Google Groups: You've been invited to Legal Mapping

 Tim has invited you to join the Legal Mapping group with this message:


setting up this group for fruitful engagement on the use of Rationale, and/or our new "Pro" product (to be released in March), and/or a legal adaptation of either of those products, in legal contexts.

Please feel free to invite anyone else who might be interested to join.


Tim v.G.

Here is the group's description:

A group for discussing the use of software tools to visualise reasoning in legal contexts, with particular focus on Austhink's attempts to produce a tool adapted for legal use.

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