Re: Seeing your own posts to Aroid-L
- To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Seeing your own posts to Aroid-L
- From: Lester Kallus <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 21:56:36 -0500 (CDT)
Perhaps do you think we should post some of these instructions for the
listserver on the aroid website?
At 10:22 PM 4/4/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>I apologize for not responding to this earlier ... someone (maybe Les?)
>asked in the last couple of days how to change ones list options for
>Aroid-L so as to get a copy back of ones own posts.
>There are several commands which affect how Aroid-L posts are delivered to
>you; as usual, they must all be sent in e-mail to:
>rather than to the usual list address. (If you send them to the regular
>Aroid-L address, they'll show up as a message to be posted, and Don or I
>will discard them.)
>Send them as the first and only line of text in your message. The options
>SET AROID-L MAIL ACK
> This lets you receive copies of your own posts.
>SET AROID-L MAIL NOACK
> This is the default setting for new subscribers, and means you will
>not see copies of your own posts.
>SET AROID-L MAIL DIGEST
> This causes you to get Aroid-L in "digest" form, one or at most a
>couple of big giant rolled-up e-mails per day that contain all the
>postings up to that time. Docs aren't real clear, but I believe using
>either of the first two commands will reset you back out of digest mode.
>SET AROID-L MAIL POSTPONE
> You will remain a subscriber to Aroid-L (meaning you can still post to
>the list) but you won't receive any postings until you use one of the
>first three options to reset your status.
>Hope this helps,
>-- Steve Marak