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Mailing List Logs for ShadowRN

Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: New ShadowTalk List formed.
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1993 08:21:26 -0500
Alright, the new administrative and plot discussion list for ShadowTalk
has been formed.

This is a closed list. Subscriptions are not automatic. You subscribe in
the normal manner of other LISTSERV lists, but it must be approved prior
to becoming official

1) Must be a member of ShadowTalk
2) Must have at least one registered character in the SHADOWTK Cast


If you meet these two conditions, you can then submit a subscription
request. To do this, send a mail message to LISTSERV@*****.BITNET (or
LISTSERV@***** with the following as the first line in the

subscribe plot-d your-real-name

This will cause the listserv to send me a message indicating your desire
to join the list, and providing you meet the two requirements outlines
above, I will add you to the database.


Information about the list:

* Administrative and Plot Discussions for SHADOWTK
* Name= PLOT-D
* Review= Public
* Subscription= By_owner
* Send= Public
* Notify= Yes
* Files= No
* Reply-to= Sender,Respect
* Validate= Store Only
* X-tags= Comment
* Notebook= No
* Stats= Normal,Private
* Errors-To= Owners
* Mail-Via= Dist2
* Owner= HAYDEN@******* Robert Hayden

[> Robert Hayden ____ <] This signature is actually
[> \ /__ <] Odo in disguise.
[> hayden@******* \/ / <]<----------------------------->
[> aq650@****.INS.CWRU.Edu \/ <] #include <std_disclaimer.h>
(GEEK CODE 0.3): GSS d- p--/-p+ c++ l++ m+/* s-/++ g+ w++ t++ r++ x+
[finger my Krypton account for a copy of the Geek Code]

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