ListServer lets you set up automated mailing lists on the server. It comes with a control to add/edit/delete users and to send new messages to your user group (each message has a limit of 1000 words). This package allows for 300 mailing list subscribers per list.
a program that automatically sends e-mail to a list of subscribers or listserv.
A service where in individuals can subscribe to and receive publications by electronic mail.
or listserv= a server program which keeps a large number of email addresses in a "list"; when any member of the list sends an email to the listserver's address, the program then re-emails it out to all other members. "firstname.lastname@example.org" is a listserver.
A device used by an electronic discussion group which allows a member of the group to send a message to everyone in the group.
a computer program which manages Email for a group of folks with a common interest
a computer set up to do messaging over the Internet on a specific topic, but it uses standard Internet e-mail instead of a dedicated newsreader
a convenient way to broadcast e-mail messages to a list of subscribers who may not have any other service
a handy piece of software which enables you, at the press of a single button, to deliver a message to every single
a mail list of falconers and those interested in falconry
an automated computer mailing program running out of a computer account
an automated e-mail list on a specific subject
an electronic mailing/distribution list which provides a highly effective way to reach a lot of people very quickly and support long-distant discussions among many people
an electronic mailing list of e-mail addresses of people interested in a certain topic
an email address that distributes messages to a bunch of people
an email based discussion forum or group
an email mailing list that allows you to communicate with all subscribers on that list via a single email
an email server that is set up specifically to handle email distribution to groups
an email service which can be thought of as a restricted email box to which you must specifically subscribe before you can view or send messages
an internet server that maintains a list of email addresses for use as an 'emailing list'
a program which automates the management of Internet mailing lists
a robot e-mail list programme that manages new subscribers to a list as well as members who unsubscribe from the list
a software program designed to manage one or more mailing lists
a software program that sends e-mail messages to Internet mailing lists
a system designed to simplify the process of sending the same message to a group of people via e-mail
A listserver is computer program that manages one or more mailing lists. The listserver (or listserv for short) provides an automatic way to distribute incoming e-mails to all members of the list. Even though mailing lists are automated, some of them are also moderated. A moderated list has a person filtering the e-mail submissions before they are distributed. The moderator can make sure the subject and tone of the submitted mail are appropriate for the list.
an e-mail "exploder" that sends a copy of incoming e-mail to each user on a list
ListServer mailing lists allow people to send messages to the defined set of recipients and enable discussions to take place.
A community of electronic mail users interested in a particular subject or product, all sharing electronic mail messages. LISTSERVERS can be useful, but can also waste a lot of time reading all the messages and use up a lot of space.
A programme to allow e-mails to be sent automatically.
A discussion group mechanism that permits you to subscribe and receive and participate in discussions via e-mail. Meta Tags - Hidden within the code of most web pages, usually at the top, are meta tags. Used to assist search engines and online directories to categories a website, meta tags consist of keywords/phrases, description, language, content type, etc. Newsgroup - A discussion group operated through the Internet. Usually (but not always) a registration process is required prior to accessing information or lodging a response to a discussion topic. Not to be confused with listservers which operate through e-mail.
A program that automatically sends e-mail to a list of subscribers. It is the mechanism that is used to keep newsgroups informed.
A program that automatically sends and receives e-mail to and from a particular group of subscribers.
Software that serves lists of users. A user subscribes to the list and thereafter any e-mail postings sent to the list are forwarded to the user. This continues until the user unsubscribes from the list.
Software that manages mailing lists on mailing list servers. Listserv and Majordomo are two of the primary mailing listservers.
An electronic mailing list typically used by a broad range of discussion groups. When you subscribe to a listserv, you will receive periodic email messages about the topic you have requested.
Software running on a Web-accessed computer that facilitates electronic discussions by e-mailing submissions from one member to all other members of the discussion group. Syn: listserve.