Scott Gray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 17 Nov 2000 10:23:49 -0500 (EST)
I just want to post my periodic description of how to join and how to quit
the discuss-sudbury-model list. People often try to change subscriptions
by posting to the list, and that will only bounce your message or bother
the 175 people on the list.
The key is to send commands to email@example.com rather than to
To join the discuss-sudbury-model mailing list: write to
firstname.lastname@example.org from the email address to be subscribed, and put
"subscribe discuss-sudbury-model" in the body of the message.
To leave the discuss-sudbury-model mailing list: write to
email@example.com from the email address to be unsubscribed, and put
"usubscribe discuss-sudbury-model" in the body of the message.
The mailing list is archived at http://www.sudval.org/~sdg/archives/
Private email (to Scott Gray): firstname.lastname@example.org
URL for the school: http://www.sudval.org
This mailing list is now managed by an automated mailing list management
program called Majordomo. sudval.org is running version 1.94.
To submit something to the list, you should simply mail it to the
email@example.com address. All persons subscribed to the
list will receive a copy.
To be added to the list, a user simply sends a message of the form
"subscribe discuss-sudbury-model" by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To be removed from the list, send to the same address the command
To see the list of available files, which can be automatically sent from
discuss-sudbury-model archive, please send the command "index
discuss-sudbury-model" by email to discuss-sudbury-model" by email to email@example.com.
To recieve one of the archived files, please send the command "get
discuss-sudbury-model <filename>" by email to discuss-sudbury-model <filename>" by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The "documented" commands which Majordomo understands and which are for
everyone to use are:
subscribe <list> [<address>]
unsubscribe <list> [<address>]
You can get detailed explanations of all of these by asking for "help"
--Scott David Gray
reply to: email@example.com
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