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CMPLAW-L  October 1999

CMPLAW-L October 1999

Subject:

Advice for the clueless (was: remove my name please)

From:

Stephen J Hyland <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Internet and Computer Law Association <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 25 Oct 1999 09:57:23 -0500

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Posting messages for removal to the list is pointless (and annoying to those
who have to wade through them.)

Therefore, for those of you who _didn't_ save the list information when it
was sent to you, here are the appropriate commands:

LISTSERV(R) version 1.8d - most commonly used commands

INFO      <topic|listname>       Order documentation (plain text files)
SUBscribe listname <full name>   Subscribe to a list
SIGNOFF   listname               Sign off from a list
SIGNOFF   * (NETWIDE             - from all lists on all servers
Query     listname               Query your subscription options
Search    listname  keyword...   Search list archives
SET       listname  options      Update your subscription options
INDex     <listname>             Order a list of LISTSERV files
GET       filename filetype      Order a file from LISTSERV

There are more commands; send an INFO REFCARD command for a comprehensive
reference card, or just INFO for a list of available documentation files.

If  you  prefer,  you  can  use   LISTSERV  through  its  web  interface  at
http://lists.ufl.edu/cgi-bin/wa (the full manuals can also be browsed online
at this URL).


These commands must be sent to [log in to unmask] and not to the mailing
list cmplaw-l

FOR ANY LIST YOU SUBSCRIBE TO YOU MAY GENERALLY GET THE LIST OF COMMANDS BY
SENDING THE SINGLE COMMAND "help" TO EITHER "[log in to unmask]" OR
"[log in to unmask]" AND ONE OF THESE TWO FORMS SHOULD GET YOU SOME
MEANINGFUL RESULT.

There! Now I feel better.

Stephen J. Hyland

> remove my name please
>

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