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    • By creating rules, you can have your e-list messages sorted into various folders automatically.
    • 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...
    • If you use a Cornell Optional Email Alias (also known as COEA or Alias) address AND you use Lyris (CIT's electronic mailing list service), you may find yourself in a situation where the two services don't play nicely.  
    • This article links to several other articles that outline the basics of being a list member.
    • How do I change my settings? To find out how you've got the options set for a particular list, send an email message to listname-request@cornell.edu where listname is the...
    • If you are a member of a CIT-hosted list, there are four configuration settings you can control. Most people who use e-lists never feel the need to change any of the default settings, but isn't it nice to know you have choices?
    • Your first line of defense for general questions about e-lists is this web site. The second source of wisdom is the IT Service Desk. If you have questions about a particular list,...
    • To join an e-list (also called subscribing), send an email message to listname-request@cornell.edu  where listname is the name of the list you want to join, including the...
    • Notes for people who use a Cornell Optional Email Alias address instead of their NetID address. To leave an e-list (also called unsubscribing), send an email message to...
    • Administrators can review a list of members through the Lyris web interface. The Lyris review command returns basic information about an e-list. Depending on how the list owner has...
    • Replying to a list message is just like replying to any email message, except that you must be very careful to check where your reply will go. When list owners establish their lists,...
    • Most email clients let you apply formatting to your messages, features like font choices, size, bold, colors, indents, etc. Some applications (for example, Lyris ListManager) expect...
    • If you attach a file larger than 700 KB to an e-list message, it won't go through. E-list messages have a maximum size of one megabyte, including attachments, and the very act of attaching a...
    • See also Replying to E-list Messages Sending a message to the members of an e-list is almost exactly like sending any other email message. You simply put the e-list address...
    • To find out which CIT-hosted lists you have subscribed to, send an email message to lyris@cornell.edu   For the Subject of the message, type the single word which...