The UBSCC Mailing
List is a YahooGroups mailing list. You can subscribe
to the Mailing List for free!
to the UBSCC Mailing List click HERE
for the link
in the upper right hand corner that says 'Join
This Group'. That will take you to a sign-in page asking
you to log in to Yahoo. If you're not already a Yahoo subscriber
(it's free), you can click the 'Sign
up now' link and create a new account.
the 'Profile', MAKE SURE TO REMOVE THE CHECK BOX from"Send
me special offers, promotions, and research surveys from selected
Yahoo! partners through Yahoo!" Otherwise you'll get a
bunch of junk mail.
to the above link you can just read the archives on the Yahoo
website, but without subscribing you can't post messages to
the group, and it excludes some other goodies such as putting
things IN the files/photos areas.
all postings for the UBSCC Mailing List to: UBSCC@Yahoogroups.com
go back the the groups.yahoo.com site, log in and edit your
subscription to the list.
manage your own subscription. Go to http://groups.yahoo.com for details.
say something to the Moderators, but not post it to the whole
list? Drop a note to: UBSCC-owner@Yahoogroups.com
happens to your email account, messages will be bounced back
to the list. When this happens, Yahoogroups will send you a
warning message, if the warning message itself bounces you will
be placed on bouncing status.
If you suddenly
stop receiving the UBSCC emails, and have fixed the problem,
please send a note to the moderator and ask to be reset. This may take a few hours to take effect.
If you have been unsubscribed, you will have to sign yourself
up again. "Bouncing" is usually caused by
letting your email box fill up while on vacation. Second most
common cause is changing your email address. If you do this
you will have to re-subscribe yourself. Again, you can change
where your list mail goes to from the Yahoo control page.
The usual stuff. Please read it here.
Everybody's got them,
even us. How to be a happy list member. And keep everyone
else happy. Read them HERE!
Yes, even more rules,
on what is and isn't acceptable with respect to commercial
The legal fine print.
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