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list server

[′list ‚sər·vər]
(computer science)

list server

A server that manages electronic mailing lists. It enables users to subscribe and unsubscribe to the service, and it forwards messages from publishers to subscribers as required. See electronic mailing list.
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Many of you may have questions regarding list servers.
With the advent of List Servers, there are now discussion groups and bulletin board-type forums where members of any given interest group can post questions and/or answers to various issues, some of which can be very complex.
Santa Fe Community College uses Lyris list server as the mailing list provider for college discussion sites.
Be sure to save the confirmation message you'll receive from the list server so you'll know how to update, change, or cancel your subscription.
To begin with, someone (usually the list owner, although it could be someone else) must install and maintain the list server software itself on a computer system that can dedicate the necessary electronic space for handling and storing the list traffic.
Huntsville, Alabama-based Revnet Systems Inc is pitching into a market that has been traditionally dominated by freeware software with a set of commercial internet mail list server products.
Once again, the commands are a little different depending on what list server is being used.
Best known for its WebSTAR server software, StarNine also offers ListSTAR list server software, WebCollage automated content creation software, StarNine Mail and MailLink Internet email gateways.
A subscriber can send messages to the list server and have his or her (mostly his, it seems) message distributed automatically to all subscribers to the list.
SP WaveBoard, a SharePoint 2007 and 2010 add-on that transforms a discussion board posts into an email list server for opt-in conversation;
Litigation group resources include a list server and document library.
The initiative makes available resources such as distance learning tools and a national teleconference, an environmental health and nursing list server to promote the exchange of information, and a laminated card printed with the mnemonic I PREPARE checklist [see graphic below] to remind nurses to incorporate environmental exposures into health assessments.