Re: TIP OF THE WEEK: the "nomail" option
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> Hi folks! I thought it might be a good idea to offer a "tip" about
> the listserver, email, web, or what-have-you each week. Let me know
> if you find this interesting or useful.
Dear Tom Thanks for the tip of the week. However I have little
query - when you want to get mail back do you type SET IRIS-L MAIL
ACK OR BACK?
Thanks again for running this great list
Sally in S Africa
> to LISTSERV@RT66.COM but this time with the message >
> SET IRIS-L MAIL ACK
> SET IRIS-L MAIL DIGEST
> depending on whether you prefer individual messages or digests.
> Although this is about the same amount of trouble as unsubscribing
> and resubscribing, it has the advantage that your name stays on
> the official rolls--others can still find you with a REVIEW command,
> and you won't be bothered with a new welcome message and new password
> when you come back.
> Enjoy the list!
> Cheers, Tom.
> Tom Tadfor Little email@example.com -or- telp@Rt66.com
> technical writer/editor Los Alamos National Laboratory
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