[This is an automatic monthly posting from the mailing list maintainer]
[Last changed February 1st, 1994.]
Welcome to the Amiga related mailing lists at FUNET,
the Finnish University & Research Network!
Currently four Amiga related mailing lists are available and information
on how to subscribe to the lists using the automatic mailing list server
is given below.
For discussion on the X windowing system and
X-related software on the Amiga, like the free
For discussion on the Mach operating system kernel,
and the Amiga port of it. The people on this list
also have an interest in the GNU Hurd, which will
probably be the first operating system run on
Announcements regarding upgrades and new versions of
the Amiga port of the GNU C compiler, GCC, are made
on this list.
This is a technically oriented lists for people that
work on the Amiga version of GCC itself. People not
interested in the compiler internals should not
subscribe to this list.
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE
(Below, substitute the name of the list of your choice for LISTNAME).
The mailing lists on lists.funet.fi are run automatically,
so you can both subscribe and unsubscribe to them simply by sending
e-mail to the mailing list server, or mailserver program. You can
described below. Please use the mailserver rather than the address
you can, so that human list management work can be minimized.
If the automated way of doing things doesn't work for you for some
instead, and I'll try to solve your problem manually. Please NEVER
send subscription or unsubscription-requests to the address
subscribers of the mailing list.
To unsubscribe from a mailinglist, send e-mail like this:
> unsub LISTNAME
e-mail like this:
> unsub *
> sub LISTNAME YOUR_FIRST_NAME YOUR_LAST_NAME
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problem is to set up mail forwarding from machine A to machine B and
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the mailing list to see if you're still on it (see below), and 2)
Resubscribe using the usual mailserver sub command described above.
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> review LISTNAME
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