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Shut Down an E-list (Lyris)

This article applies to: E-lists (Lyris)

To be clear, shutting down a list means the list goes away. The subscriber list is gone. All settings are gone. This is not like going on hiatus, or vacation, or sabbatical (see our Stop All Messages Temporarily article). This is gone.

To shut a list down, the current list owner must send a request to This message should be sent from the address you use as list owner. Include the address of the e-list. CIT's E-list Administration Team will contact you.

Only the primary list owner can make this request.


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