Bill Buitenhuys wrote:Great idea, Paul! I'd be glad to use WTN.
I've double checked my notes, Bill. In order to get tasting notes into the WLP database, the first three characters in the subject line have to be TN: as the database is presently configured.
If you change the first three characters here to WTN:, and you later want to copy the tasting notes into the WLP database (absent reprogramming) it will be necessary to either convert the WTN: to TN: manually or by some sort of program before entering.
It's not very elegant, but the best way to insure finding tasting notes here and make it relatively easy to enter them into the WLP database would be to continue to use TN: in the Subject box. Then add WTN in the text, assuming this software will find WTN in the text.