|[AMRadio] List Server - PLEASE READ - VERY IMPORTANT|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Thu Dec 15 20:42:04 EST 2005
Brian - this is great news. THANK YOU so much for your efforts
with the AMRadio Group!
Wonderful idea to move it.
73 - Bry AF4K
On Thu Dec 15 16:19:13 PST 2005, Brian Sherrod <arksky at alltel.net>
> To all members of the AMRadio List;
> The AMRadio list will soon have it's own dedicated list server!
> There will no longer
> be other lists running concurrently, sending and receiving mail
> to slow things down
> is the case with the qth.net server. QTH.NET has served us well
> since 2001 however,
> and I appreciate Al Waller's contribution to amateur radio.
> This change will not affect much in regard to what you see except
> for faster posting
> of emails to the list. You should notice that when you send an
> email to the list
> it will be returned to you _from_ the list MUCH faster than
> The other reason I wanted to do this was to have more control
> over the list archives.
> I will now be able to setup a "search engine" for all members
> that will allow you to
> find keywords within the archives. In the meantime, I have also
> been downloading ALL
> the old archive off qth.net which go back to Dec. of 2002. There
> are over 8050
> archived posts many of which are extremely valuable from a
> technical standpoint.
> As soon as I have the search engine setup, I will post the
> address to this.
> I will post another message to the list as soon as the new list
> server is ready. All
> members will be transferred to the new list, so you will not have
> to do anything,
> except those who have setup special options, such as digest mode.
> For the those
> all you will need to do is edit your settings as before.
> There will be a new email address to send list mail to. I will
> also post this
> address when
> everything is ready, so you can update your address book, etc.
> Be sure you do this,
> posting to the old address will be posting to a dead list. I
> will send out two or
> three reminders
> on the old list prior to this transition.
> On another important note; I have asked Paul/wa3vjb to assist me
> in admin type things
> due to the fact I am not always around to keep an eye out. He
> has graciously
> accepted, and I am in his debt. Thanks Paul!
> Please stay tuned!
> Brian / w5ami
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