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( Email list ) - How do I join or view the IP Masquerade and/or IP Masqurade Developers mailing lists and archives?

7.5. ( Email list ) - How do I join or view the IP Masquerade and/or IP Masqurade Developers mailing lists and archives?

There are two ways to join the two Linux IP Masquerading mailing lists. The first way is to send an email to masq-request@indyramp.com. To join the Linux IP Masquerading Developers mailing list, send an email to masq-dev-request@indyramp.com. Please see the bullet below for more details.

  • Subscribe via email: Now put the word "subscribe" in either the subject or body of the e-mail message. If you want to only subscribe to the Digest version of either the main MASQ or MASQ-DEV list (all e-mails on the given list during the week are sent to you in one big email), put the words "subscribe digest" in either the subject or body of the e-mail message.

    Once the server receives your request, it will subscribe you to your requested list and give you a PASSWORD. Save this password as you will need it to later unsubscribe from the list or change your options.

The second method is to use a WWW browser and subscribe via a form at http://home.indyramp.net/mailman/listinfo/masq for the main MASQ list or http://home.indyramp.net/mailman/listinfo/masq-dev for the MASQ-DEV list.

Once subscribed, you will get emails from your subscribed list. It should be also noted that both subscribed and NON-subscribed users can access the two list's archives. To do this, please see the above two WWW URLs for more details.

Lastly, please note that you can only post to the MASQ list from the original account/address you used to subscribe.

If you have any problems regarding the mailing list or the mailing list archive, please contact Robert Novak.

    
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