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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: Some list changes
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1993 23:29:03 -0600
After a few rounds fo heavy-weight fighting with the listserv, I have
made a few changes and upgrades to the lists. (well, in theory at least)


Due to the fact that many people set the lists to NOMAIL and then
forget all about it, along with a desire to just keep people active,
all four mailing lists now have an expiration on them.

ShadowRN 3 Months
ShadowTK 2 Months
Plot-D 3 Months
NERPS 2 Months

One week prior to expiration, the person will get a message asking
them to confirm that they still want to be on the list. After those
seven days, they will automatically be deleted from the list.



ShadowTK and Plot-D have had their one-line description titles changed
to make them a little more readable in the global listing.


Plot-D has been made an open list. You no longer have to
register a character or be approved by me to get on it. I'm
sick of having to deal with approvals.


The daily limit on ShadowRN has been raised from 50 messages to
100 messages. Right now, when it reaches 50 messages, I have to
issue a command telling it to reset the counter and start mailing
again. I'm tired of doing that too.


Any questions? Just ask.

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