(IAAC) HOW TO: Changing your subscription and options for IAAC, searching the archives

Wouter van Reeven wouter at van.reeven.nl
Thu Jul 29 04:32:39 EDT 2004

Hi Lewis,

Thanks a lot for this info. Being one of those techies, I'd like to add
that mailman has a powerful option for those people who don't want their
mailboxes flooded with observing reports: the digest option. This will
send a summary of the latest ten (or so) new mails, instead of all mails
separately. A very nice feature :)

Clear skies to you all!

Wouter van Reeven

On  0, "Lewis J. Gramer" <lgramer at upstream.net> wrote:
> Folks, we are now using new list server software to manage
> the 'IAAC' lists ("mailman" instead of "majordomo", for any
> techies who might be reading this...)
> If you wish to edit your subscription options, change what
> address(es) you are subscribed from, or just to ask for a
> reminder of your personal password(!), follow this link:
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org/settings.html
> This redirects you to our new mailman "options" signon. Of
> course, if you wish you can continue using our old Webforms
> at visualdeepsky.org/subscribe.html, etc. But I now handle
> any requests sent via those forms manually. So take a look
> at the new interface: it's a bit complex, but very powerful!
> And as always, if you want to find out anything about the
> 'IAAC' lists, or about deep-sky observing in general, take
> some time and browse our main home page and many links at:
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org
> or browse our huge archive (7,000+ posts all together, and
> *4300* individual DSO observations!) at any of these sites:
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org/logs/objectlist.html
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org/search.html
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org/NGC.html
>   http://www.visualdeepsky.org/chat/maillist.html
>   http://lists.visualdeepsky.org/pipermail/netastrocatalog-announce
> And as always for any questions, corrections, or suggestions,
> please don't hesitate to email your friendly "List Elves" at:
>   owner at visualdeepsky.org
> Clear skies all!
> Lew Gramer <owner at visualdeepsky.org>
> Webmaster: http://www.visualdeepsky.org
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