This page lists the most commonly used commands for the lists served at Cyberdog.org, and the name
of each currently active list.
All commands are required to be in the *BODY* of the message. The Subject
field will be ignored. And the message must be sent to the server address
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, and NOT to any of the individual lists.
Also, to ensure your message will be processed properly, you should send the message using
Plain Text formatting (no styles nor images) and without
a "signature" or "letterhead".
All commands must be sent from the e-mail address you wish to be used in processing the command;
there is no way to specify an alternate address for the action.
To get help from the listserver, you need only send a message to
email@example.com, containing the single word
You will be sent a complete list of available commands, including ones
not found on this page.
To subscribe (i.e. become a recipient of messages) to a particular list, you
should send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, containing the line
So, for instance if Thomas Edward Stewart <email@example.com>
wanted to subscribe to the Dog-Talk list, he might send a message
containing the following line.
subscribe dog-talk Ed Stewart
After subscribing, you will be sent a confirmation message to the address
used in the From: header field.
To unsubscribe from any list (i.e. be removed from the list of recipients),
you must send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the line
Your name is not required for "unsub" requests. The only requirement is
that the message is sent from the same e-mail address as you wish to
- Dog-Talk - <email@example.com>
- The DogTalk list is an alternate forum for the discussion of all things
related to Cyberdog. Topics should stay near Cyberdog problems, solutions
to those problems, announcements of Cyberdog related products, and so
forth. But, topics may include general MacOS related problems, solutions
and announcements, if they will be of interest to the Cyberdog community.
There are no lists that are currently inactive.
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