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Re: Nature Listservs?/S-t Fly
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- Subject: Re: Nature Listservs?/S-t Fly
- From: "Will Cook" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2000 07:46:41 -0400
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On 2 Jun 00, BILL HILTON JR. (Hilton Pond wrote:
> L-soft International's Catalist (
> http://www.lsoft.com/lists/listref.html )is SUPPOSED to be the
> comprehensive list, but if I search for "birds" or "carolinabirds,"
> there's no mention of our favorite listserv.
Carolinabirds wouldn't be mentioned on Catalist since it isn't a Listserv
list -- we're using the Majordomo program.
On 3 Jun 00, Harttwins@aol.com wrote:
> (I tried sending two messages earlier today at work. Neither has been
> delivered. Guess the outgoing mail server has the weekend off. Anyway,
> apologies for receiving duplicating messages. Who knows when you might
> get them. I'll see if AOL can get the job done).
Messages sent by non-subscribers (such as Paul's work e-mail address) are
not posted automatically -- they're bounced to me and I forward them to
the list when I get around to checking my e-mail.
P.S. - If you haven't seen Red-cockaded Woodpeckers yet, now is a great
time to visit Weymouth Woods State Park in Moore Co., NC. Family groups
were very active yesterday around the parking lot and trails.
Charles W. "Will" Cook w 919-660-7423
email@example.com h 919-967-5446
Duke University Botany Dept., Durham, North Carolina