RE: Windows mailing list

  • From: Jeff.Engle@xxxxxxxx
  • To: exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 12:51:59 -0400

Check out the WINNT-L list.  It covers Windows NT through 2k3.  Below are
the subscription directions:

Subscribing, Unsubscribing and Posting
You can subscribe to the list, sign off, or change your subscription options
through a web form or via E-mail. 

To subscribe to the list via E-mail, send E-mail to 


With the following in the body of the message (the message subject will be

SUBSCRIBE WINNT-L Firstname Lastname

Where Firstname and Lastname are your first and last names. 

Whether you subscribe through the web form or by E-mail, LISTSERV(r) will
send you a message asking you to confirm your subscription request. You need
to reply to this with the single word "OK" (without quotes) in the body of
the message, and the subject unchanged. The subject contains information
that LISTSERV(r) needs to process your subscription. 

Once you have confirmed your subscription, you will need to register a
LISTSERV password in order to be able to access the list's web-based
archives, the web posting interface, and the subscription maintenance page.
(If you have forgotten your password you can also register a new one the
same way.) Note that this password is valid for all lists that you are
subscribed to on PEACH.EASE.LSOFT.COM, not just WINNT-L. 

Once you are completely subscribed, you can post messages to the list by
sending E-mail to: 


or follow the link from many of these web archive pages to post to the list.

Jeffrey Engle
Senior NT/Network/Telecom Systems Analyst
"640K ought to be enough for anybody." 
- Bill Gates, 1981
-----Original Message-----
From: AdrianB [mailto:adrianb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 1:15
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Windows mailing list


I was wondering if anyone knew of a mailing list for Windows Server, similar
to this one?
I find that this list is extremely informative and helpful.
I have looked at the Windows Server website communities, etc. but cannot see
anything like this.
What has prompted this?  Patch management and how others handle it... (not
SUS and SMS)


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