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silug-announce

The silug-announce list is a moderated list used for official SILUG announcements. The traffic is very low, usually two messages or so per month.

To subscribe, send email to majordomo@silug.org with subscribe silug-announce in the body of the message, or you can just enter your name and email address in the boxes here:

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If you plan to attend any meetings, be sure you subscribe to the announcements list. That is the only place meeting cancellations will be announced!

Follow the link above for an archive of all posts to the list.





silug-discuss

The silug-discuss list is a higher-traffic list for general discussion of topics of interest to the members of the group. It's also a good place for members (and potential members) of the group to get answers to questions.

To subscribe, send email to majordomo@silug.org with subscribe silug-discuss in the body of the message, or you can just enter your name and email address in the boxes below:

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The list archive:





forsale

The forsale list is a moderated list for members to post items that they they have for sale that might be of interest to the other members of the group. Only SILUG members will be allowed to post items, and the moderators have final say on whether items are appropriate or not.

To subscribe, send email to majordomo@silug.org with subscribe forsale in the body of the message, or you can just enter your name and email address in the boxes below:

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To make changes to your subscriptions, you can send email with help in the body of a message to majordomo@silug.org. You can also use the web interface.



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