Please add my name to the mailing list

Ken Hays <hays@dirac.scri.fsu.edu> Sun, 30 January 1994 15:16 UTC

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From: Ken Hays <hays@dirac.scri.fsu.edu>
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Subject: Please add my name to the mailing list

Realize you may know better, but a message got to me that has to do
with administrivia on a list, so a gentle reminder is in order.

In general, to do ANY administrative thing on ANY internet mailing
list, such as <listname@host.domain>in>, one sends mail to
<listname-request@host.domain>in>.  Of course, this is predicated on your
being on the master list.  If however you are getting your copy from a
secondary exploder, you need to send a message to the exploder
administrivia address.  You may want/need to ask your postmaster to
look at the headers for you for determination as to whether you are on
the master list or an exploder.

In particular, for a lot of lists you should not plan on having the
list administrator reading the list.  Be patient, the humans that do
mailing list maintenance often do that as an ancillary task and
sometimes have to do their "real" jobs and the list maintenance takes
a lesser priority.

Later, Ken
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From: bansal@wile.lkg.dec.com
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Subject: Please add my name to the mailing list
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My email address is bansal@lkg.dec.com.

Thanks,

Atul Bansal