Posting to the Corgi-L Facebook Group differs depending on whether you’re using a PC or mobile device. On a PC Go to the Corgi-L group’s page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CorgiL/. In there you’ll find a box for making your post: Type your post there (or upload photos or videos or anything that you would do on … Read more
Receive Corgi-L as a individual messages as they are sent to the list. Address an e-mail to listserv<at>listserv.tamu.edu (replacing <at> with @) Leave the subject line blank or put in a period. In the body of the message type Set Corgi-L NODIGEST all on one line.
Stay tuned for a possible update in this area. For now we recommend that you upload your photo to a photo sharing site or service such as Flickr, Picasa or many, many others, and then include links to your photos in your message to Corgi-L.
All messages sent to Corgi-L are archived on groups.io, and accessible to anyone currently subscribed to Corgi-L. The Corgi-L archives are located at https://corgil.groups.io/g/list/topics Only Corgi-L subscribers may access the archives. You will need to have activated your groups.io account and set a password. Remember that all Corgi-L posts are copyrighted by the original author. … Read more
Receive Corgi-L as a periodic collection of messages in a single email.
Have ListServ tell you exactly what all your options are currently set to for your subscription to Corgi-L. Don’t see you own messages? Suddenly not receiving mail? Check the commands currently in effect for your subscription. This is a useful first step if something suddenly seems to have changed about your subscription. The message you … Read more
Undo the effects of going “NoMail” and start getting Corgi-L again. Address an e-mail to listserv<at>listserv.tamu.edu Leave the subject line blank or put in a period. In the body of the message type Set Corgi-L MAIL all on one line.
Have the listserv send you copies of the messages you post as it sends the email to everyone. Address an e-mail to listserv<at>listserv.tamu.edu Leave the subject line blank or put in a period. In the body of the message type Set Corgi-L REPRO all on one line. To reverse this setting, use NOREPRO instead of … Read more
Leave or Unsubscribe from Corgi-L to stop getting Corgi-L emails.
Send your message to all the members of the list. Posting a message to Corgi-L means that your message will be sent to everyone who has subscribed to Corgi-L. Simply send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will go to the moderator for approval. Once approved, your post will go out to the entire list. We ask that … Read more