ACG LISTSERVE INSTRUCTIONS
To subscribe send a message to the address firstname.lastname@example.org with
one line that says: subscribe email@example.com. This message will be read by software on
Dordt's computer and will put you on the list. If it works you will
receive a message giving you details about the listserve.
To Be Removed :
To unsubscribe send a message to the address firstname.lastname@example.org with
one line that says: unsubscribe email@example.com. The computer will
read your message and send you a message telling you that you are off
the list. Please first try to unsubscribe this way. It is much nicer
to let the machine do the work. If you do have problems send a note to
me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please do not send the message to the whole
list. While I would still get your message so would all the other
people on the list, and it only adds to the noise.
To post to the list send a message to email@example.com and the machine
will send your message out to all members of the list. Once you have
subscribed (or need to unsubscribe) this is the only address you need.
The ACG Listserve Archives:
This list is archived and a file is saved for each month's posts. You can download an index of all the archive files, as well as any individual file. To see any file, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org (NOT acg-l) with one line that says get acg-l [filename]. Substitute the name of the archive file for what is in brackets. Dordt's machine will then e-mail you the archive file.
A few useful commands (if you can think like a computer).
Commands should be sent in the body of an email message to
- info acg-l
Retrieve the general introductory information for acg-l.
- index acg-l
Return an index of files you can "get" from acg-l archive.
- get acg-l [filename]
Get a file from acg-l archive.
Retrieve this message.
Commands in the "Subject:" line are NOT processed.
If you have any questions or problems with the archive, please contact, Majordomo-Owner@cc.dordt.edu.
James F. Mahaffy (email@example.com), the chap at Dordt that will try
and keep the list going.