When Dell sends out a BX offering he asks people to respond to him privately. When they reply to the list, it generates a response to the list so everyone sees it, including their address if it is included which then gets archived and becomes searchable. If they haven't deleted the BX offerings those get included as well. Since the messages Dell gets are not filtered, an automatic reply goes out to the list again that he has received the order. Since this includes the message from the person ordering which might include the whole BX offering, it can be very long. The same is true if someone asks him a question (on the list) about membership without changing the subject heading. His response goes to everyone. This confuses people because they don't understand why they are getting what look like a private message. The solution is for people to respond to him privately. With the relatively new seed exchange people responding to the list were going to be the last to have their order filled. I don't know if that worked as motivation to learn how to respond privately which is easier on some email programs than others. But perhaps it is something Dell could consider as well.