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Polly Tandon <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 11 Feb 1997 10:18:09 -0600
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Hi SciArt-Lers,
We have just been moved to the new listserv software at UNL List server.
Apparently the software is much enhanced and we will have some new options
that were not available before.

First, if you have your SciArt-L mail set as a digest(meaning you get ONE
BIG message per day with all the post from Sciart-L instead of twenty small

you have it to ACK (which Acknowledgements for postings)
REPro-> Copy of your own postings?

 you will have to resubmit those commands to the list.

To set your SciArt-L mail to digest, send a message to [log in to unmask]
with the message:
set SciArt-L mail  DIGests/INDex

To set your SciArt-L mail to ack (Copy of your own postings?), send a
message to Listserv
set SciArt-L REPro

Please remember to turn off any signature files that you might have on your
email when sending to [log in to unmask]

Finally, we will soon have an HTML document that is an archive of the
monthly posting to SciArt-L. Which I think is a WONDERFUL addition. People
that can surf the web can go to the Archive site and search to postings of
SciArt-L. We can eventually have a link from the GNSI page to the archives
of Sciart-L. I will post the URL of the archive site as soon as the
Listserv Gurus at UNL have it finished!

If you ahve any questions, please let me know. You might want to post them
to the list, becuase if YOU are asking about them, others are probably too
shy to ask and I'll answer the question on the list. UNLESS, people would
rather not have that info floating over the list. ITS UP to you guys!I'll
be posting a NEW set of commans for the list in a few minutes!THANKS!--POlly

"The most wasted of all days is one without laughter."
                                        e. e. cummings

Pauline Tandon
Instructional Technology Specialist
University of Nebraska
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