Bringing valuable information to you.
SCOUG maintains several mailing lists to keep you up-to-date between
meetings. If you are unfamiliar with mailing lists, please read this
tutorial. In addition to subscribing to the email
lists (described below), you can also view the
archives maintained for each list.
SCOUG-ANNOUNCE is for periodic announcements such
as upcoming meetings. This list does not permit posting.
SCOUG-GENERAL is for general discussion between members
between meetings. Everyone is welcome to post to this list.
SCOUG-HELP is an open discussion list for asking questions about using, installing and configuring OS/2.
SCOUG-PROGRAMMING includes discussion on SIG projects and
general OS/2 programming.
To subscribe to a SCOUG mailing list, send a message to
You can leave the subject blank. In the message body, put the command
or if you want to subscribe to SCOUG-HELP
That's it! You will receive a confirmation message by email.
A Brief Introduction to Mailing Lists
A mailing list is a convenient way for a group of people to keep in
touch. Individuals subscribe to a list to indicate that they are
interested in receiving email messages about the topic of the list.
When a member sends an email to the list (such as
email@example.com), the email is sent to all of the members of
To subscribe and unsubscribe from a list, send messages to
indicating the mailing you wish to subscribe to.
Commands are placed in the body of the message.
For example, consider the following message:
will respond with an email message listing all of the other
commands you can use. The two commands you will most likely use is
SUBSCRIBE and UNSUBSCRIBE. These commands allow you to add and remove
yourself from an email list.
To send a message to the list (so everyone on the list will receive
it), address your email to firstname.lastname@example.org and write your message
as you normally would.
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