Jul 15, 1997 06:08 PM
A. Safron wrote:
> > From: email@example.com
> > To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: Re: TS-L?
> > Date: Tuesday, July 15, 1997 5:50 PM
> > At 05:51 PM 7/15/97 -0400, Tom Robertson wrote:
> > >>One thing that occurred to me was that this exchange would never
> > >>appear on ts-l or probably nl-l.
> > >
> > >Someone else favorably mentioned the ts-l list, and I tried to
> > >subscribe to it, but failed, and concluded that the ti-l list was
> > >meant. How does one subscribe to the ts-l list?
> > >
> > A simple question? Are the members of TSA being informed of ts-l? Anyone has
> > seen anything published in AT?
> > MKRamadoss
> > TSA Member in good standing and dues paid uptodate.
> > PS: I am not in the habit of calling and finding out. I think membership
> > should be notified if ts-l is an "official" activity of TSA.
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Thanks for the information.
Is there a fee (or suggested donation) to subscribe, I wonder?
Also looks like subscribing is being done via tortous procedure and
possible administrative delay.
In all the mail lists I subscribe to -- quite a few - all that needs is
to send a msg such as 'SUBSCRIBE XYZ-LIST MKR' to the listserver and one
gets subscribed instantaneously. I wonder if the ts-l subscribing
process includes any sort of review of the requests before being
'subscribed' as part of *moderation*. Just am little curious. Anyone
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