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  • FYI

    • With Lyris, a password is associated with an email address (representing a list administrator), so, for example, each administrator for CU-fengshui-L has his or her own password. There...
    • In the addresses shown here, replace listname with the name of your list. Be sure to include the hyphen and the letter L at the end of the list name. Messages...
    • First, a couple of technical terms, as used by CIT and Lyris. A List Owner is the person ultimately responsible for all aspects of the operation of the e-list, and is the...
    • To support the various uses of lists, list settings can be altered to meet many of your needs. Here are some of the most common settings available to list administrators.  Joining an...
    • E-lists (or mailing lists) are an important tool for keeping in touch with other technical support providers. They also offer a forum to discuss and get help with technical issues. To...
    • This article summarizes the steps for creating a new e-list.
    • CIT hosts more than 5500 different e-lists, serving more than 1,600,000 members. There are millions of lists hosted in other places. So how do you tell whether these web pages apply to the list...
    • CIT-hosted e-lists, established by faculty, staff, students, and alumni, focus on supporting recognized university activities, including instruction, research, administration, and student groups....