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electronic mailing list

An automated email system on the Internet, which is maintained by subject matter. There are thousands of such lists that reach millions of individuals and businesses. New users generally subscribe by sending an email with the word "subscribe" in it and subsequently receive all new postings made to the list automatically. Mailing lists are also called "listprocs" and "listservs," the latter coming from the popular LISTSERV package. Majordomo is a popular public domain mailing list program. See LISTSERV.
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The county uses communications tools such as public meetings, newsletters, postal mailings, website postings, electronic mailing lists, social media, occasional paid advertising in local media, posters in facilities, emergency alert systems, signs, telephones, etc.
It also includes suggestions for how to stay up-to-date on what is happening through electronic mailing lists, publications, and conferences.
Public welfare attorneys on the MAC list may also participate in one or all of electronic mailing lists (Medicaid, TANF or Child Welfare) and gain access to the members-only section of our web site, which contains materials from past conferences.
She said listservs, or electronic mailing lists, are also key for many searching for jobs online.
Many specialty or special-interest groups have electronic mailing lists, or listserves, to disseminate information and allow for discussion among members.
The History Journals Guide (HJG) is an international directory for journals and electronic mailing lists that is free and accessible for all users worldwide (http://www.history-journals.de/).
Articles included in this special section were received in response to a "call for papers" regarding mental illness on college campuses issued in Counseling Today, on the American College Counseling Association's electronic mailing list, and on a variety of other electronic mailing lists for counselors.
Join professional organizations or professional reading and book clubs; use distance and online learning; and subscribe to electronic mailing lists for educations.
The major search engines do not offer great precision or any guarantee of authority; the best sites in a given field are spread around the nooks and crannies of the Internet and need to be located and then individually searched for relevant information; and even topical electronic mailing lists can require substantial effort to monitor and sift through to extract useful information.
As part of an overall ACA emphasis on enhancing communications within its constituent committees, ACA headquarters originated electronic mailing lists for both the Ethics Committee and the Code Revision Task Force.
The largest of ASAE's electronic mailing lists, the executive management listserver is an instant source for the latest association management buzz as well as knowledge and experience.
Finding you: The law bans two of the most popular methods of creating electronic mailing lists: harvesting and dictionary attacks.

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