Re: Welcome to email@example.com Answer to E-Mail Registration
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Welcome to email@example.com Answer to E-Mail Registration
- From: "Zelma McDaniel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 27 Jun 1998 00:57:58 -0700
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From: "Zelma McDaniel" <email@example.com>
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Saturday, June 27, 1998 12:24 AM
Subject: Welcome to firstname.lastname@example.org
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>email@example.com is an internet mailing list devoted to
>discussion on garden irises. Both experienced irisarians and
>beginners are welcome. If you grow, breed, or study irises, or
>just want to join the conversation, you are invited to subscribe.
>YOU MUST FIRST BE REGISTERD WITH ONELIST.COM THEN YOU CAN SUBSCRBE TO
>To register/subscribe to the iris-talk@onelist (print this):
>Use your browser to got to:
>2. Click on "Finding a List" in the second paragraph.
>3. Type iris in the search box, and click "Search"
>4. Scroll down to the list titled "iris-talk" and click on it.
>5. Click on "Subscribe to this List"
>If you are not already registered with Onelist.com, click "Click
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>I know this seems a little convoluted, but it really is easy.
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>firstname.lastname@example.org was created on June 25th, 1998 by
>John Jones(email@example.com) as a temporary adjunct to
>the IRIS_L@RT66.com owned by Tom Tadfor Little(firstname.lastname@example.org).
>New subscribers are encouraged to post a message introducing
>themselves. If you do so, please begin the subject line of your
>message with "OT-BIO: ", followed by your name, so that other
>list members will know it is your introductory message.
>email@example.com is an unmoderated list. This means the
>list owner does not personally review each message to decide
>if it's appropriate. This responsibility rests with the subscribers.
>Please note the following policies.
>These are not laws or restrictions, just suggested practices that
>(if most of us follow them) will make the list more useful,
>manageable, and pleasant for all. Please show your "good
>citizenship" by reading these guidelines, keeping them for
>reference, and using them when you post to the list.
>a. General Posting Guidelines (aka The Ten Commandments)
>1) Junk Mail. Do not post messages that are circulating through
>the internet at large. This includes virus warnings, humor, chain
>letters, charity appeals, etc. This is not the place for them.
>2) Matters for the List Owner. If someone posts something you
>think is inappropriate, or if you want to make a comment
>regarding problems with the list culture or the list policies,
>you are encouraged to refer the matter to the list moderator, off-
>list (at firstname.lastname@example.org), rather than posting to the list about
>it. This will keep our discussions more polite and also more
>iris-oriented. Be tolerant...even of those who do not follow
>these guidelines. Often it's best to just let it be.
>3) Potentially Offensive Subjects. Do not post anything with
>political or religious content, even if there is some tenuous
>connection with irises. Some people have very strong feelings on
>these topics, and there is no reason to risk starting a heated
>debate over something that is rather clearly off-topic to begin
>with. By the same rationale, avoid using profanity, even in jest.
>4) Flames. Do not flame! When does a discussion become a flame?
>That's a judgment call, of course. Examine your emotions as you
>type. If you're "worked up" over the message you're replying to,
>don't send. Wait a day and think it over.
>5) Subject Lines. CHECK the subject line before you send, even if
>you are replying to a previously posted message. If the subject
>line accurately reflects the content of your message, leave it
>alone! If it doesn't, change it!
>6) On-List/Off-List. CHECK the recipient line before you send. If
>it says "email@example.com" the posting will go to each and every
>subscriber on the list. Often, this is what you want. But if the
>message is personal, off-topic, or of very limited interest, it
>should probably be sent to one (or a few) particular recipients,
>7) Attachments. Do not send binary attachments, such as digitized
>images, to the list.
>8) Message Length. Watch the size of your message. When replying
>to a previously posted message, trim the quotation down to the
>minimum needed to establish context.
>9) Subject Tags. Use the official subject tags (see below)
>10) Try not to bother the list with something you can easily
>find on your own, without involving 300 other people.
>b. Subject Tags
>Here is the list of subject tags, which I encourage everyone to
>use to preface the subject lines of their messages to Iris-L.
>Please use the tags as they are given; do not invent variations.
>If the practice loses its consistency, it will also lose much of
>its usefulness. I know this is a long listing, but that is a
>reflection of the breadth and variety of our discussions. Don't
>be intimidated; they will become quickly familiar after a short
>time. Try to use the tag that fits your message best. It is often
>appropriate to combine a tag from the first set (types of irises)
>with one from another set. If nothing fits, don't worry. The tags
>are not mandatory.
>TB: tall bearded irises
>MED: median and dwarf bearded irises
>AR: arilbred and aril irises
>SIB: Siberian irises
>LA: Louisiana irises
>JI: Japanese irises
>SPU: spuria irises
>PCN: Pacific coast native irises
>BULB: bulb irises (Dutch, reticulatas, Junos)
>SPEC: iris species (particularly those not covered in another category)
>REB: reblooming irises
>SA: space-age irises
>HIST: historic irises and history of iris development
>REF: references (books and society publications)
>SHOW: iris shows and related topics
>IRC: IRC chat sessions (currently Friday nights)
>AIS: American Iris Society business and issues
>PHOTO: iris photography
>COMP: iris-related computer topics (record keeping, photo digitizing,
>CAT: iris catalogs and discussion of commercial nurseries
>AD: iris-related advertisement (ads not related to irises are *not*
>OT-PLANTS: other garden plants (not irises)
>OT-ART: iris-motif art and craftwork
>OT-HUMOR: iris-related humor
>OT-CHAT: personal messages and conversation (consider taking it
>OT-BIO: introduction from a new subscriber (please follow with your
>ADMIN: list administration issues (reserved for the list owner)
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>firstname.lastname@example.org is the LIST ADDRESS, used when you want
>to post a message for everyone to read.
>John Jones (email@example.com) is the LIST OWNER, a human
>being who is your point of contact for questions or problems.
>Enjoy the list!
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