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list server

[′list ‚sər·vər]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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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Secondly, the IPC supports a number of free email-based forums (sometimes called "listservers") for many different areas of our industry.
In 2003 in response to a recommendation voiced at the workshop, NCEH established an electronic listserver (CDC 2003c) to facilitate dialogue among the states and federal agency staff and to provide a mechanism to share and discuss data and scientific methods.
Group size is not as critical an issue with the listserver.
The person who has ownership responsibilities of a listserver is officially referred to as the list administrator, or listmaster (akin to webmaster).
After it ended, the teachers and I evaluated the first threaded discussion on the class listserver, and several wrote about how their enthusiasm for the online course had led them to put forth more time and effort than they ordinarily do for a course on campus.
Educators for grades K through 12 can subscribe to a curricula-discussion list by e-mailing Listserver @valley.rtpnc.epa.gov with the message subscribe k12_environet firstname lastname.
The listserver automatically sends your message to all members of the group.
The committee's work will be facilitated through the ACM's listserver, and subscription to the committee's e-list will be limited to the committee's members.
With the exception of the PC Party, which did have an e-mail listserver in 1995-96, none of the political parties have listservers (although they do make mention of lists that are ideologically similar).
Yet another type of Internet assistance is a listserver (bulk e-mail distribution system) to help share ideas among users.
E-MAIL DISCUSSION GROUPS DIRECT-MKT (Direct Marketing) To subscribe, send message "subscribe direct-mkt" to majordomo@reeusda.gov Organic Gardening Listserver Send message "SUBSCRIBE OGL" to listserv@lsv.uky.edu Small Farm Discussion Group Send message "subscribe smallfarm" to majordomo@reeusda.gov Eric Gibson is author of Sell What You Sow!
Through the section's newsletters and online listserver, members may participate in discussions on topics ranging from staffing problems and employee benefits to computer technology and marketing newsletters their firms could publish.