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electronic mailing list

An automated e-mail 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 e-mail 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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Another option is to encourage students to post questions to threaded discussions or an electronic mailing list.
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And if you'd like to join the day-in, day-out conversation among NCEW members on the electronic mailing list, instructions for signing up are also posted on the Web site, at http://www.
At the end of the week a message was sent on the student electronic mailing list announcing that the survey was closed and thanking participants.
A listserve is an electronic mailing list, and you need only an e-mail address to subscribe and may unsubscribe at any time via e-mail.
To do this, students post completed assignments to an electronic mailing list, where the entire class can read them and make comments.
net/ncew/> and the electronic mailing list had their first anniversaries in September, and there's something to be said for simple survival.
Subscribe to USGS News Releases via our electronic mailing list or RSS feed.
Sources: Paul-Andre Bempechat, e-mail message to the Society for Music Theory electronic mailing list (smt-announce@societymusictheory.
The electronic mailing list is now ubiquitous, and there are few librarians who have not been involved with at least one.
In addition, a new investor resource center found in the "News and Information" section of the site provides investors and others the opportunity to join the company's electronic mailing list to receive automatic updates on corporate announcements, news, events and federal filings.
Such courses can include instructor-directed discussions, exercises, or projects using electronic mailing list managers, Usenet newsgroups, or HyperNews (a hybrid of the mailing list manager/newsgroup), as well as other Web-based technologies.

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