To become surely; -- with for.
To enter one's name for a newspaper, a book, etc.
(to a newsgroup) To tell the news server that next time you connect you may want to read any new messages in that newsgroup.
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To add a newsgroup to the list of groups you desire to read. When you no longer wish to read the articles in the newsgroup you unsubscribe.
When you subscribe to a newsgroup, your newsgroup software keeps track of that newsgroup for you, and remembers what messages you've already read. It's free. Find out more about newsgroups.
When you subscribe to a newsgroup, your newsgroup software (Netscape Collabra, for instance) keeps track of that newsgroup for you, and remembers what messages you've already read. It's free.
Send a subscription. An event subscriber tells the notification service that it wants to receive notifications of a specific event.
In UseNet terms: When you subscribe to a newsgroup, you are telling the program that retrieves news articles to keep track of which articles you have read, so it will only retrieve the new ones the next time you read news. In mailing list terms: When you subscribe to a mailing list, you are asking for the messages to be delivered to your mailbox. Be sure to save the message describing how to sign off the list. To top
A means of signing up to receive mail from a mailing list
To register with a Newsgroup or mailing list in order to access its information.
To join a discussion group, interest group, listserv list, or mailing list. You use this term when writing commands to join such a group and to list a Usenet newsgroup on your newsreader.
Same a subscribing to a newspaper, but for e-mail on the web. Sometimes used to subscribe to a service, like stock reports. Usually requires assigning a user name and a password
Means to join a mailing list, or other online information service, which will deliver a regular email to your email address.
To "subscribe" is to sign up as a member of a mailing list or newsgroup. As a mailing list subscriber, you can send mail to the list, and you will receive all mail sent to the list by other subscribers. As a newsgroup subscriber, your newsgroup reader software automatically checks the status of that newsgroup and updates the message list for you.
Joining a mailing list or discussion group
The procedure you apply to join a newsgroup or a mailing list.
To sign up to receive messages from a mailing list, Usenet newsgroup, or online publication. To unsubscribe is to take your name off a list or stop receiving posts from a Usenet newsgroup.
To join a network. Simply click on the 'Your Account' tab and then the 'Update your network subscriptions' link.
The process of joining a mailing list, either through an email command, by filling out a Web form, or offline by filling out a form or requesting to be added verbally. (If you accept verbal subscriptions, you should safeguard yourself by recording it and storing recordings along with time and date, in a retrievable format.)
To add a newsgroup to the list of groups you want to read. If you subscribe to a group, that newsgroup will appear every time you open your newsreader. See unsubscribe.
A term used in a command to join or become part of a discussion group, interest group, Listserv list, or mailing list. This term is also used when choosing to make a Usenet newsgroup one of those listed when you use a newsreader.
To assign your registered name and e-mail address to an article so that you are e-mailed whenever the article is updated.
list [ address] Use this command to subscribe to list. Without the optional address argument, this command will attempt to subscribe the sender of the message to the list. Otherwise, it will attempt to subscribe address to the list. Subscription is not guaranteed. If the list is closed, the list owner will have to approve your subscription. And if the list is open but not auto, then you will not be able to subscribe others to the list without approval.
A person who is "on" a mailing list - that is, who receives mail addressed to that list - is said to be subscribed to that list. To add oneself to a mailing list is to subscribe to it. Users may subscribe to a mailing list with the subscribe command. See the Using Majordomo page for more information. Some lists require the approval of the list owner for a new user to subscribe. The owner of a list may approve a subscription with the approve command. See the Managing your Majordomo List page for more information. See also: unsubscribe.
To add your name and e-mail address to a list maintained on the Internet. TCP/IP Short for transmission control protocol/Internet protocol, a set of standards for sending and receiving data on the Internet.
To become of a member of. One can subscribe to a mailing list newsgroup, an online service or an Internet Service.
The act of joining a mailing list.
To add your e-mail list added to a mailing list of messages of a specified topic.
When someone joins a listserv.
is the term for joining a mailing list. This and most mailing lists are free to all or specific users ie. this mailing list is only for members of WAGS and Affiliated Societies.
Join or become a member of a mailing list.
To join an email list, either via a Web form or email commands sent to a list server.
Someone who has joined an email discussion list is referred to as a subscriber. The process of joining is called subscribing and is accomplished by sending a sub command to the list processor. The subscribe command for ListProc has the following format: sub listname yourname. More information about subscribing is available on the Participating in email discussion lists page.
Add one's e-mail address onto a mailing list or news group.
Used with mailing lists and newsgroups. When you subscribe to a mailing list, your name is added to the list of recipients for any mailings to the list. To remove your name you unsubscribe. When you subscribe to a newsgroup you are simply adding the list the shortlist of groups that you are particularly interested. Most newsgroup leaders allow you to view the groups which you have subscribed to so that you can go to them quickly instead of having to search for them every time. So they work like favorites/bookmarks do on the web.
To become a member of a mailing list, newsgroup, or other online service. See Also: Mailing List, Newsgroup
Become a member of a mailing list or newsgroup; also refers to obtaining Internet provider services.
Commonly refers to the act of selecting a network newsgroup as one you want to read on a regular basis or of sending a request to join a mailing list (discussion group) that interest you. The opposite action is called "unsubscribing".
To add one's name to a mailing list.
to add your email address to an Internet related mailing list.
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