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From: "Dennis R dot Sherman" <sherman at trln dot lib dot unc dot edu>
Subject: SybPerl-L administrivia -- getting on, off, address changes
Date: Jan 23 1996 11:41PM

I've been getting a number of messages bounced recently from SybPerl-L,
and quite a few subscription and signoff requests are going to the wrong
place.

There is a file automatically sent to everyone when they subscribe to the
list which tells you how to get off again.  I'm not sure if those
subscribed when the list changed hosts got that message.  If not, send
mail to MXSERVER@TRLN.LIB.UNC.EDU with a message body of HELP, and read
the file you get back.

Briefly:

All administrative mail should be sent to
SybPerl-L-Request@trln.lib.unc.edu, not posted to the list.  The subject
line is irrelevant, commands to the list software are all contained in
the body of the message

To subscribe: use a message body of
  SUBSCRIBE Your Name
  
To sign off the list: use a message body of
  SIGNOFF
  
You must sign off the list from the same email address you used to
subscribe.  If your mail configuration has changed so that you are unable
to use that address, send mail to Owner-SybPerl-L@trln.lib.unc.edu,
requesting you be removed from the list, and giving your old email address.

Like many of us, I've got too much work to do for the hours available,
and your cooperation in using the automated features of the list software
is appreciated.

Thanks.

postmaster@trln.lib.unc.edu
--
  Dennis R. Sherman  	         Triangle Research Libraries Network
  dennis_sherman@unc.edu       Univ. of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
               http://www.unc.edu/~sherman/


ps: coming soon... a digest option.  And remember that list archives are
available, starting when the list was moved to TRLN.  The URL is a bit
funky, but it works:

  gopher://trln.lib.unc.edu/11gopher_root1%3a%5bSybPerl-L%5d