Unsubscribe Instruct

Sharon Roberts (sar13@cornell.edu)
Thu, 27 Apr 1995 17:15:56 -0400


>
>Dear CU-SeeMe-L list subscribers,
>
>********************************************
>There are over 1300 subscribers to the CU-SeeMe-L listserv (give or take a
>few). We receive roughly 200 error messages a day. PLEASE PRINT THIS set
>of instructions and KEEP IT handy!
>

>Note: anywhere in the instructions below LISTPROC@cornell.edu and
>LISTSERV@cornell.edu are interchangeable. Use either address.
>********************************************
>
>I. How to SEND A MESSAGE to the CU-SeeMe-L list, to be received by 1300
>subscribers:
>---1. Address your message to CU-SeeMe-L@cornell.edu
>---2. Make up any subject title you wish.
>---3. Type your message
>---4. Send your message
>
>
>II.How to UNSUBSCRIBE:
>---1. Find out the EXACT adress you originally subscribed (to this list)
>under (if you don't know, go to III. below and follow those instructions).
>Make sure this original address is typed in the FROM: field
>---2. Address a message to: LISTPROC@CORNELL.EDU
>---3. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---4. In the body of the message, type ONLY: UNSUB CU-SeeMe-L (or SIGNOFF
>CU-SeeMe-L)
>---5. Send your message
>
>
>III.How to find out the Address You ORIGINALLY SUBSCRIBED under:
>***Note: you will receive 4 or 5 mail files listing every single
>subscriber by the name and email address they subscribed under. They are
>NOT in alphabetical order - you may want to search for your name using an
>Editor (even MSWORD).
>---1. Address a message to LISTPROC@CORNELL.EDU
>---2. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---3. In the body of the message, type ONLY: REVIEW CU-SEEME-L
>---4. Send your message. Await a reply.
>
>
>IV. How to switch to the ANNOUNCE (CU-SEEME-ANNOUNCE-L) list:
>....and why would you want to? If you feel inundated in CU-SeeMe-L mail,
>you may want to consider joining the ANNOUNCE list, thereby receiving
>***only**** announcements from CU's CU-SeeMe developers.
>---1. Address a message to LISTPROC@cornell.edu
>---2. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---3. In the body of the message, type the following two lines:
>UNSUB CU-SEEME-L
>SUBSCRIBE CU-SEEME-ANNOUNCE-L <firstname> <lastname>
>
>---4. (make sure, in the above, that you put YOUR OWN first name and last
>name in the appropriate spots.
>---5. Send your message.
>
>
>V. How to SWITCH to the DIGEST format (consolidates the messages you get
>each day from this list):
>---1. Address a message to LISTPROC@cornell.edu
>---2. In the FROM: field, type in the address you originally subscribed under.
>---3. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---4. Type the following in the body of the mail message:
>Set CU-SeeMe-L MAIL DIGEST
>---5. Send your message
>
>**Note: the switch to DIGEST is only possible if you send your request
>from the address you originally subscribed from. See III. above to find
>out what your address is.
>
>
>VI. How to POSTPONE receipt of messages from CU-SeeMe-L
>---1. Address a message to LISTPROC@cornell.edu
>---2. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---4. Type the following in the body of the mail message:
>Set CU-SeeMe-L MAIL POSTPONE
>---5. Send your message
>
>
>VII. How to turn off the POSTPONE command and get your mail again:
>---1. Address a message to LISTPROC@cornell.edu
>---2. (Leave the SUBJECT line BLANK!!!)
>---3. Type one of the following in the body of the mail message:
>Set CU-SeeMe-L MAIL NOACK
>(which means "don't send me my own postings back")
>OR
>Set CU-SeeMe-L MAIL ACK
>(which means "send me my own postings back")
>OR
>SET CU-SEEME-L Mail DIGEST
>---4. Send your message
>
>
>VIII. REPLY to messages with caution!
>*****************************************************
>WARNING- Please Use Message REPLY with caution. ALWAYS CHECK your header
>to see what Mail address is showing in the TO: field. Are you sending a
>personal reply accidentally to the entire list?
>******************************************************
>
>WE THANK YOU FOR SAVING THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A HANDY PLACE!!!
>

Any questions or problems, please feel free to contact me and will try
to help.

Sharon Roberts
Administrative Assistant to Richard Cogger
Cornell University
CIT-Network Resources
Advanced Technology & Planning
Surge III, Room 150
sar13@Cornell.edu
607-255-0181