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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 19 Apr 91 09:38:41 CDT
Message of Thu, 18 Apr 91 20:32:34 EST from <[log in to unmask]>
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On Thu, 18 Apr 91 20:32:34 EST Patrick said:
>Correct me if I get this wrong, Jeremy, but if people are keeping the
>same e-mail address, but just going away from their computers for
>awhile, they can stop their SCREEN-L mail for the time being without
>unsubscribing altogether.  All they need to do is send the command SET SCREEN-L
>NOMAIL to the LISTSERV.  This is a handy command to use, too, if the
>mail-flow just gets too heavy at any given time.  To get the mail
>started again, they just send the command SET SCREEN-L MAIL to the
>same place.  Neat, huh?
 Good point, Patrick!  I'd forgotten about the NOMAIL option.
 Remember: that command, like the SIGNOFF command, must be sent to
 LISTSERV@UA1VM (or [log in to unmask], for Internet addresses), not
 to [log in to unmask]  And remember also that the command must be the
 first line in your e-mail text.  Folks whose e-mail puts headers in
 the text itself will have to have me delete them from this end.
 Yers in listserving...
      Speeds of animals (in mph):
             28     Human
              0.03  Garden snail
              1.17  Spider (Tegenaria atrica)
             30     Cat
             40     Mongolian wild ass
             70     Cheetah
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