UTM Wildlife Biology Electronic Mailing List
is an Electronic Mailing List?
An E-mail list
is a mechanism for a group of people with a common interest to communicate
electronically. Participants who "subscribe" to the list can
send single e-mail messages that are received by all other list subscribers, and
likewise receive all e-mail messages posted to the list by other
subscribers. You can find specific information on UT Martin e-mail lists
at the following web address: http://www.utm.edu/~utmcc/listproc.html.
and Who, is the UTM Wildlife Biology List for?
This list was created by Dr. Pelren, UTM Assistant Professor of Wildlife
Biology, to facilitate communication among Wildlife Biology majors regarding
such information as pre-registration advising, deadlines for departmental
scholarship applications, dates for senior testing, Wildlife Society meeting and
conference dates, volunteer opportunities, wildlife-related course additions or
changes, etc. All wildlife students are welcome to subscribe to the
do I subscribe, unsubscribe, or post messages to the list?
simply send the following message to email@example.com:
sub Wildlife John Doe (where John Doe is your first and last name; do not
include periods, bold fonts, quotes, or any other verbiage). The
listproc machine will return your e-mail message, confirming your
subscription. Be sure that any signature functions on your e-mail program
are inactivated (if you're using pine, this will not be a problem).
To unsubscribe, send the following message to
WILDLIFE. Follow the same guidelines as in the subscription
process in the above paragraph.
To post messages to the list, send your desired message to Wildlife@utm.edu.
It will automatically be forwarded to everyone subscribed to the list.
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