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Sender:
Lionel Smith
Date:
Wed, 25 Jun 1997 12:17:45
Re:
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Greetings again,

I sometimes get error messages from the list server, to the effect that it is unable to deliver postings to an address. This puts me in a difficult position since I am usually unable to ask the person in question whether the problem is temporary (since obviously their address is undeliverable). Usually I ignore this for a while but if the address continues to be undeliverable I delete it from the list. If I did not I would be barraged by an ever-increasing number of error messages as time went on.

From members' point of view, what this means is that if your subscribed address becomes undeliverable, you may get unsubscribed by me. When you come back on line, you may not be aware that this has happened. You can either contact me, or send a "who" command to the server (not the posting address); ie, send

who restitution

to

majordomo@maillist.ox.ac.uk

If you are not a member you will be sent an error message, saying that only members are allowed to ask who is in the list. You can then rejoin by sending

subscribe restitution

to the same address.

Thanks,

Lionel Smith
St. Hugh's College
Oxford, U.K.
OX2 6LE
Tel (0)1865 274 966; Fax (0)1865 274 912
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lawf0014/lionel.html


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