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New Moegelin mailing list at rootsweb
Posted by: tawsha (ID *****9395) Date: May 21, 2002 at 07:39:13
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Hi,

there is a new Moegelin mailing list at rootsweb,


people can subscribe to list in mail mode by sending a message
to MOEGELIN-L-request@rootsweb.com that contains the word

subscribe

and nothing else. If they prefer digest mode, they should send the
command instead to MOEGELIN-D-request@rootsweb.com. To unsubscribe,
they should send the command "unsubscribe" to
MOEGELIN-L-request@rootsweb.com
(if in mail mode) or MOEGELIN-D-request@rootsweb.com (if in digest
mode.)
To switch from one mode to the other, they should unsubscribe from one
and then subscribe to the other. There is no "no mail" mode -- if they
want messages to stop, they should simply unsubscribe. (Suggestion:
use these commands to subscribe to MOEGELIN-L, as no one at all is
currently
subscribed, and then send a test message through. Take your list
for a test drive, in other words.)

To post to both MOEGELIN-L and MOEGELIN-D, messages should be sent to
MOEGELIN-L@rootsweb.com. Messages sent there will appear both places.

Thanks

Tawsha
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~brinkley


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