Rob replied with what is no doubt the right answer, but did anyone read
the boilerplate message from listserv? There is some weird stuff in
there, like this:
"misfortune of depending on the distance between your workstation and
the terminal room door"
Is the listowner having a bit of fun? Or have all the listserv
boilerplate texts been altered like this?
And what's up with the BITNET info? Is BITNET still alive anywhere.
Hmmm...maybe I should start reading the fine print on all those user
agreements I've been saying "I agree" to when installing software, too.....
>>> Mon, 29 Aug 2005 08:54:42
>>>ing mail from the list:
>>> 1. You could be subscribed under a different, but equivalent
>>> address. For
>>> instance, if your e-mail address as it appears in the 'From:'
>>> line of
>>> messages coming from you has the misfortune of depending on the
>>> between your workstation and the terminal room door, you were
>>> subscribed from a different address and, while your mail system
>>> that the two addresses are equivalent, LISTSERV has no way to know
>>> In this case the only thing you can do, beyond contacting the list
>>> is to send a "REVIEW BLOGGING" command to find out under what
>>> address you
>>> are subscribed, and try to duplicate it with the help of your
>>> support people.
>>> 2. If you are a BITNET user, you might be subscribed under your
>>> address and sending this command via BITNET, or vice versa. Most