[ciscomgr] Fwd: Your FreeLists Mailing List

  • From: Vibhu <needforspeed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ciscomgr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 18:05:55 -0400

k, the new list has been approved

Please add yourselves... or should i add you guys manually?

>To: needforspeed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>From: FreeLists Staff <staff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Your FreeLists Mailing List
>Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 22:06:23 -0500 (EST)
>Welcome to the FreeLists community!
>Your FreeLists mailing list is ready for use.  Please read this document
>carefully and keep it for future reference.
>All functions of your list can be controlled through the web by logging in
>at //www.freelists.org/cgi-bin/lsg2.cgi  To take full advantage of all
>FreeLists features, please login and take a look around.  Many special
>features that may appeal to your users are not turned on by default. Please
>send a test message to your list to make sure things are functioning
>Some important starter info:
>- To post on your mailing list, simply send email to
>- Users can subscribe to your list by sending email to
>ciscoops-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'subscribe' in the Subject field OR by
>logging into the Web interface.  The web-based administration suite allows
>you to add subscribers manually.  If you have a large list (i.e., thousands
>of users), feel free to email staff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with your subscriber list
>-- we can add your subscribers manually (see below).
>- Users can unsubscribe from your list by sending email to
>ciscoops-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field
>OR by logging into the Web interface.  Do not unsubscribe from your own
>list -- doing so will render you unable to make configuration changes and
>perform other administrative tasks.
>- Full documentation of the online administration system is available at
>//www.freelists.org/help/.  We encourage you to get the most out of the
>web interfaces, and we encourage subscribers to do the same.  Please let
>your list members know about the advantages of exploring the FreeLists Web
>Login.  As an administrator, you can configure site preferences through the
>FreeLists Portal Administrator, and list preferences through the
>administrative portion of the FreeLists Web Login.  See
>//www.freelists.org/login.html for more information.
>- View your list's information at //www.freelists.org/list/ciscoops and
>your list's webpage (once you set it up) at
>- Online, searchable archives of your list are available at
>//www.freelists.org/archives/ciscoops  Each list's archive is
>automatically updated as new messages come in.
>- You can have a webpage on FreeLists to advertise your mailing list and to
>provide general information and such for potential subscribers.  Please see
>//www.freelists.org/webpage.html for further information.
>- The FreeLists Portal provides surfers with a way of finding yours and
>other lists.  Get started at //www.freelists.org/lists.html.
>- There's a FAQ at //www.freelists.org/help/faq.html that you might
>want to let your subscribers in on.
>- There are some general guidlines to configuring your list at
>//www.freelists.org/help/recommended-config.html  Any other questions
>should be routed to freelists-users, described below.
>- You will automatically be subscribed to the freelists-users support
>mailing list.  If you have general questions about FreeLists, it might be a
>good idea to post them there.  You should expect minimal traffic from this
>list, and as a list owner, it's a *very* good idea to stay subscribed.
>However, if you'd like to unsubscribe, simply send email to
>freelists-users-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject.
>See //www.freelists.org/webpage/freelists-users for more info.
>- You will automatically be subscribed to the freelists-news
>mailing list.  This announce-only list will provide you with the latest
>updates at FreeLists.  You should expect minimal traffic from this list,
>and as a list owner, it's a very good idea to stay subscribed.
>- You are eligible to signup for the FreeLists Tips mailing list, a forum
>for suggesting and learning tips and suggestions on how to better run
>mailing lists at FreeLists.  For more information, see
>- Got a large subscriber list?  We can help you subscribe them all!
>Subscribing 10,000 users through the web interface can be quite a hassle and
>take a long time.  We can do it for you behind-the-scenes: just email
>staff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx your subscriber list (in a plain text file, one email
>address only per line) and we'll subscribe the users manually.
>- We understand that you'll probably want to send some test messages to your
>new list to try out the features before putting the list into production.
>These messages will appear in the archives, so we've provided a feature that
>allows you to remove specific messages at will.  Just log in to the Portal
>Administrator and go to "Archive Settings."
>If you have any questions or comments, at any point, please feel free to
>contact us by visiting //www.freelists.org/contact.html or by emailing
>-- The FreeLists Team

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