Mailing List is a Web-based, full-featured mailing list and newsletter system. Users can subscribe and unsubscribe themselves. Email confirmation is used for new subscriptions. The list of subscribers to a list can be imported and exported.
A list of names and addresses to which advertising, solicitations of money, or other materials material sent in large quantities is mailed; -- it is usually used by comercial or charitable organizations. Mailing lists are often sold by organizations to other organizations, and are frequently used for targeted mailing, i. e., mailing to groups of people who are more likely htan the general population to respond as desired to the message in the mail.
A mailing list is a service that lets you correspond by e-mail with a group of people on a chosen topic. E-mail sent to the mailing list is distributed to all the people who have subscribed to the list.
A discussion group run through a mailing list server, which sends copies of each message sent to the list address to each subscriber. For more information on mailing lists, see Appendix B.
A mailing list is a system that allows you to send an email to one address but it is also copied to other people subscribing to the mailing list.
A list of e-mail addresses maintained in a database. Visitors to your website can subscribe to a mailing list via a mini-form which adds their details to the database. In addition, each mailing sent out must also include the option to unsubscribe from the the mailing list. Mailing lists are useful for keeping existing and potential customers up-to-date with news of business offers, events, updates to your website, etc.
The list of email addresses to which a given email publication --usually a newsletter, rather than discussion list post-- is delivered. Mailing lists are often run on a list server that will distribute the publication to the list, as well as subscribe and unsubcribe users, automatically.
A mailing list is a list of e-mail addresses used to have messages forwarded to groups of people.
group of people all receiving messages sent to the group
A group discussion carried on through electronic mail.
A collection of email addresses identified by a single name to receive regular mail discussions on a particular topic. For example, ibizTips readers have signed onto our mailing list to read about business tips. (See " Managing Subscriptions (Part 1)")
a mailing list on the Internet is a collection of email addresses, all of which receive the same content. Mailing lists are typically used to provide information on a particular subject, and may or may not include input from people on the Mailing List.
An email list, usually hosted by an online provider. Announcment lists allow the moderators to post members (some archive sites have announcment lists to post information about updates). Many characters and shows have open discussion lists that allow any member to post stories, comments and questions. Open lists may be narrow in focus (a specific show, character or couple) or broad (kink, story type, or character type).
A single e-mail address comprised of several different e-mail addresses. An automated software allows you to send e-mail to one address, at which point your message (e.g., a newsletter) is copied and sent to all of the other mailing list subscribers. The list can consist of one, ten, 100, 1000, or more people.
A way of having a group discussion with list subscribers by email. Emails are sent to all list subscribers. Popular mailing list programs, like Listserv and Majordomo, allow for automated subscription and un-subscription from a mailing list. Some hosting plans allow creation of mailing lists.
A list of prospective customers organized by defined factors such as location, income, or other consumer profile aspect.
a form of discussion possible by sending messages to email addresses of people who have put their addresses on the electronic list.
A mailing list is non-person directory entry that has an email address associated with it. Example: firstname.lastname@example.org Disposition of mail sent to this address is controlled by the setting in the "service" field entry for "mydepartment". For a mailing list, the service field entry will be set to "mailinglist". Mail sent to this address will either be sent directly to the list of subscribers to "mydepartment" or, if the mailing list is moderated, to it's moderator.
The list of participants who exchange electronic mail messages regularly, usually focused on a particular topic or concern.
allows e-mail to be sent to all members of a group at once (p. 123)
A mailing lists may be used simply to distribute information to a group of users, or take the form of a discussion group conducted using e-mail.
A list of Email users who are members of a group. A mailing list can be an informal group of people who share Email with one another, or it can be a more formal LISTSERV group which discusses a specific topic.
An e-mail discussion group or forum. Participants subscribe to a list, receive copies of messages sent by other members, and can e-mail their own comments. Some mailing lists employ a moderator who receives and screens all messages, and decides which messages to pass on. Unmoderated lists simply redirect all mail received to the list of recipients. Mailing lists may be scholarly, technical, social or recreational. The advantage of mailing lists over public Usenet groups is that the discussion is usually limited to interested and committed participants, and therefore more focused.
A group of people who receive E-Mail on the same type of subject.
A discussion list run through email. Users who subscribe can send email to all others on the list, and will receive any messages that others post to the group.
A Mailing list represents a group of email recipients, which can sometimes be moderated. One email sent to a mailing list will then reach all the list's subscribers. Most mailing lists concentrate on a very specific topic.
It is a way of having a group discussion with list subscribers by e-mail. E-mails are sent to all your list subscribers.
an automatically distributed e-mail message on a particular topic going to certain individuals.
Mailing lists are email-based discussion forums on various topics of interest. An interested Internet user can subscribe to a mailing list by sending an e-mail message containing appropriate instructions to a specific e-mail address. The computer that houses the mailing list program maintains a list of subscribers and routes all posted messages to subscribers' electronic mailboxes. Mailing lists are either publicly and privately maintained, and can be moderated or unmoderated.
An Internet-based capability that lets people to discuss issues of common interest via common e-mail.
A list of e-mail addresses identified by a single name, such as email@example.com. When an e-mail message is sent to the mailing list name, it is automatically forwarded to all the addresses in the list.
A system that allows people to send e-mail to one address, which is then copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the mail list. In this way, people who may be using different kinds of e-mail access can participate in discussions together.
An email-based forum for discussing a particular topic. Mailing lists are administrated by a central program that distributes messages to all participants.
A list of prospects or customers to whom catalogues, sales announcements or other promotional mailings are addressed.
A type of online discussion group. Messages are sent to subscribers using the e-mail system.
A list of target recipients of mail-out
A mailing list is a mechanism for the simultaneous distribution of e-mail messages to a (possibly very large) group of (subscribed) e-mail users. Mailing lists often function as electronic newsletters or magazines. See LISTSERV, Majordomo.
An e-mail discussion forum. Subscribers can send e-mail to one address, which is then distributed to everyone on the list. They also automatically receive e-mail messages posted to the list by other subscribers.
A list of e-mail addresses available through a single e-mail address, so that when a message is sent to a mailing list's address, each e-mail address on the list receives a copy.
A group discussion conducted via email that relates to particular topics. A mailing list may also be used to send plain-text messages or HTML newsletters that are sent via e-mail to subscribers. When a message is sent to a mailing list, each list subscriber receives it. Mailing list are commonly used for staying in touch with clients and for marketing campaigns.
A subject-specific automated e-mail system that's also known as a listproc, listserve or majordomo. Users subscribe to it and via e-mail they receive information about the subject of the list and postings about the topic from other list subscribers.
A system of duplicating one message and sending it to many people at the same time via electronic mail.
Also known as "lists," "discussion lists," or "discussion groups." These are discussions carried on by sending e-mail messages to an automated remailer, that sends a copy of each message via e-mail to everyone who has subscribed to the list for that particular discussion group.
Running your own mailing list or newsletter can be time consuming, there is software available to help automate this task.
A mailing list is a like a large discussion group devoted to a specific topic. Only in this kind of discussion group, the conversations are carried out through e-mails. To get on a mailing list, you have to subscribe to it by sending an e-mail to a central clearing house for the discussions. (The software program that runs these "clearing houses" is known as a listserver.) If you're interested in finding out about the mailing lists that are out there, visit the E-Mail Discussion Groups page at Nova Southeastern University. It contains a great reference for various mailing lists around the Net, plus it describes how mailing lists work.
An email system that sends and receives messages to and from a list of subscribers sharing a particular interest.
See discussion group.
A discussion group, distributed via e-mail from a central computer maintaining the list of people involved in the discussion.
Mailing lists allow groups of people to communicate with each other via email. Usually organized around a specific topic, they are often used to broadcast announcements or other information to an Internet community.
a form of discussion group conducted using email. Messages from group members are sent to the list server and automatically distributed to every member of the list. Lists are restricted to the discussion of particular topics and only members may read or contribute. See also ' Newsgroup'.
Sometimes a group of people who are all interested in the same subject have discussions using the Internet. For example, a group of Star Trek fans might want to share ideas about their favorite shows. One way they could talk about this would be to join a mailing list. Everyone on the list sends e-mail messages to the person in charge of the mailing list. This person then sends a copy of each message to all the people on the list.
This is the list of your customers or potential customers. You will use this again and again to make money. Very important to keep it clean, clear and updated.
A mailing list is much like a newsgroup, except that it is e-mailed to everyone in the group. First, you subscribe to the mailing list (usually via e-mail, or by filling in a form). You will receive e-mail from the mailing list, either one by one as they are sent by others in the group, or all at once as a single digest e-mail at the end of the day (or week). A mailing list can be either moderated or unmoderated. A moderator will generally keep the group spam-free and on a higher plane. When you see a topic of interest, reply by composing and sending an e-mail. It will be sent to everyone in the group.
An online discussion group, administered by a software program, in which each message is sent to a common e-mail address, which then forwards the message to all members of the list.
An e-mail address which expands to multiple e-mail addresses. Usually they are confined to specific topics of information.
Any collection of email addresses that you intend to use in bulk email campaigns.
A service offered to all users that enables the creation of group discussions and archives.
A list of people who've agreed to receive regular e-mails from a particular source.
A system for distributing messages to many people at once. A simple mailing list is a set of names that a single message is distributed to. A typical mailing list processor is a program that allows people to subscribe and unsubscribe from a list as well as managing the sending of messages to the lists' subscribers.
A list of subscribers to a discussion group, who all receive the discussion by mail; also used as a way of distributing newsletters.
Online a mailing list is an automatically distributed email message on a particular topic going to individuals. You can subscribe or unsubscribe to a mailing list ( opt in / opt out ). The sales percentage made from a mailing list is much higher than direct from a website.
These are online discussion groups to which you subscribe. A (usually automated) system allow people to send email to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the list. Only those people who have officially joined the discussion group can receive the messages. This differs from newsgroups in that everyone can read newsgroups.
An e-mail based discussion group configured to distribute information to the other members of the group. Users wishing to participate subscribe and then must unsubscribe from a mailing list to stop receiving messages forwarded from the group's members.
A feature for sending multiple e-mail messages over the Net.
A set of e-mail addresses designated for receiving specific e-mail messages.
An email-based list to which people can subscribe. Any messages posted to that specific list are received by all the subscribers via email.
Usually an Internet mailing list coming from a listserv. Mail is sent by many people to one central address and then automatically distributed to all people subscribed to the mailing list.
A list of people stored in a database that can be emailed to. Two in a Room Studios offer advanced mailing list solutions, such as sign up boxes, self unsubscribe, and automated newsletters. Two in a Room studios offer advanced Mailing List solutions, click here for more information.
An electronic mailing list which contain a group of people with a particular interest.
A set of email addresses designated for receiving specific email messages.
Topic-oriented, email-based message bases that can be read and posted to. Users subscribe to the lists they want to read and receive messages via email. Because many mailing lists are operated using listserv software, many Internauts call mailing lists "listservers." There are two types of lists: moderated and unmoderated. Moderated lists are screened by a human before messages are posted to subscribers. Messages to unmoderated lists are automatically forwarded to subscribers.
A group of e-mail names used to distribute e-mail to a large number of people.
listserv, list server A way for a group of e-mail users to share information about a specific topic or shared interest. Mailing list participants subscribe to a listserv (or list server, an automated program that helps manage the list), allowing them to exchange messages with all other participants by writing or replying to a single e-mail address. Like newsgroups, mailing lists may be moderated (with messages filtered by a central facilitator) or unmoderated.
(1) (n.) An email address that is an alias for many other email addresses.(2) (n.) The people who receive your email when you send it to such an address.
An e-mail system which distributes topical messages to interested users.
Also known as a listserv. A database of email addresses that are all reached by one central address. When emails are received at the central address they are forwarded to all database addresses. Responses from any members of the database are circulated to all other members. See Module 4.
Mailing lists provide users with an effective and efficient method of communicating with a number of people in an email environment. Whenever an email is sent to a mailing list address, it is immediately forwarded to all members of that list. The member list is maintained by the moderator of the list. A mailing list is a great way for turning email into a public forum or business tool.
a list, typically computerized, of names and addresses to which advertising material or information can be mailed
A special type of alias. Each mailing list has an ``owner'' who handles list administration and receives any error messages about bounced messages or other problems with list mail. Mailing list addresses are not validated at the time each message is sent, which can save a significant amount of processing time with a large list of recipients.
A list of email addresses used to forward messages to groups of people. When you subscribe to a mailing list, you receive all mail sent to that list.
A list of Email addresses grouped together under an alias. A message sent to the list goes to the entire group.
A group of email addresses (with or without additional information) to which specific mailings are sent.
You can sign up to get email, newsletters or ezines by joining a mailing list.
A system where an e-mail can be sent to a single e-mail address, and this is then in turn sent via e-mail to any members signed up for the particular mailing list. An archaic "message board" type discussion where rather than posting a message somewhere, all communication is done via e-mail.
A mailing list consists of a group of people (subscribers) who wish to exchange email messages on a particular topic. Any message sent by one subscriber to the mailing list is distributed to all of the subscribers.
a group of e-mail addresses involved in a discussion on a particular subject or topic; when a member of the list sends an e-mail to it, all subscribers receive a copy
Web pages aren't the only place for like-minded souls to communicate online. Many interest groups have formed mailing lists to keep in touch with each other and exchange their thoughts via E-Mail. If you send a message to such a group you can be subscribed to the list. You'll stumble across information for many mailing lists in your Web travels; if you'd like to search for a particular topic of discussion, try such sites as The List of Lists. (Mailing lists are different from newsgroups, you get them through your E-Mail, and they tend to be less rowdy).
posting sent to a list of subscribers
An e-mail system that includes multiple recipients as part of its address. See e-mail.
A centrally maintained function where people can send e-mail to a central list that is then distributed via e-mail to the list's "subscribers". The Mailing List generally has a specific topic, whether a technical, recreational, or business focus.
A service that sends e-mail to everyone on a list whenever e-mail is sent to the service, permitting a group of users to exchange e-mail on a particular topic.
the list of candidates to whom EPCS sends Vacancy Listings during a placement year
A means of sending messages to specifically targeted groups without 'talking online' as in discussion groups and without leaving the message on a board. Instead the letter is sent to a mailing list's e-mail address and is posted individually to all members of the group.
A single email address that comprises several different email addresses. Example: An automated software allows you to send email to one address. Then your message (e.g., a newsletter) is copied and sent to all of the other mailing list subscribers. The list can contain an unlimited number of people.
A list of email addresses that receive mailings or discussion-group messages.
A subject discussion area that is much like a newsgroup. The main difference between a mailing list and a newsgroup is that a mailing list is performed by e-mail, while newsgroups are not. People send messages about topics to a central computer, and then the mailing list program distributes the message to everyone else on the list.
A collection of e-mail addresses of people who have asked to receive regular mail discussions on a particular topic, and for which they can sometimes submit messages for disbursement to the entire group.
Group discussions available via email on a wide range of topics. Some lists are moderated; others are free-wheeling. Various types of software facilitate mailing lists such as Majordomo, Listproc, Listserv, etc.
A group discussion conducted through email messages, specific to a topic or common interest. When a message is sent to a mailing list, each list subscriber receives a copy.
A discussion group that occurs via mass email distributions. Mailing lists are usually maintained by individuals utilizing list server software. List servers maintain a list of email addresses to be used for the mailing list. Subscribing and unsubscribing to the list is accomplished by sending a properly formatted email message to the list server. There are two types of mailing lists: moderated and unmoderated. To send a message to an unmoderated list, you email it to the list server which automatically emails your message to every name on the list. To send a message to a moderated list, you email it to the mailing list's moderator who would then send it on to the list server for distribution.
a list of email addresses used by a list server. a mailing list is a way of having a group discussion by email.
You can sign up to get email from a certain person or group by joining their mailing list.
A list of users who receive periodic bulletins on a given topic via E-mail. Many mailing lists allow users to contribute freely to a discussion just as they would in a newsgroup. See also Listserv.
Discussion groups over the Internet that link a group of people together with common interests. If you belong to a mailing list, you receive every message posted to that list via email.
A (usually automated) system that allows people to send e-mail to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the mailing list. In this way, people who have many different kinds of e-mail access can participate in discussions together.
A list of email addresses compiled under an alias in an email program like Eudora. It allows you to send messages (like newsletters or announcements) to the entire group of people without using blind carbon copies (BCC:) or having every email address appear on the recipients' copies.
A distribution list sent to list subscribers. LISTSERV is an automated distribution program for mailing lists.
Email based discussion group. List servers maintain a list of email addresses of subscribers. When you send an email message to this group, your email is copied and sent to all subscribers.
A facility on the Internet that links a group of people together with common interests. If you belong to a mailing list you can receive regular messages posted to that list via email.
An e-mail-based discussion group. Sending one e-mail message to the mailing list's server sends mail to all other members of the group. Users join a mailing list by subscribing. Subscribers to a mailing list receive messages from all other members. Users have to unsubscribe from a mailing list to stop receiving messages forwarded from the group's members.
A discussion group where the messages are distributed by e-mail.
A topic-oriented conference like a USENET newsgroup except that the messages are distributed by private e-mail. Typically, the Internet user would subscribe to a list by sending e-mail to the Listserv. Messages in the group arrive in the users' mailbox, and posts and follow-ups are sent to the Listserv to be forwarded on to other members of the group.
Mailing lists of individual or institutional members are available for rental, under certain restrictions.
Essentially a conference in which messages are delivered right to your mailbox, instead of to a Usenet newsgroup. You get on these by sending a message to a specific e-mail address, which is often that of a computer that automates the process.
A list of delivery addresses provided by a Customer. (liste d'adresses)
Similar to the newsgroups, but all the messages are sent to every user (In newsgroups, you can download the messages you choose.)
An electronic discussion group that links a relatively small group of people together by common interests and that are distributed throughout the Internet via its global e-mail system.
A service from me, for which I add your email address to a list. So you will be informed about news concerning CPCEMU.
Information distributed to its members via email.
Mailing list is a group of people with same hobby, interest etc. Whenever someone sends email to the mailing list, it is received by all members of the list. In fact, mailing list is a great way to turn email into a public forum or business tool.
Discussion group where people talks about a specific topic. Each member can send messages to the other members of the list and receives the other member's messages via e-mail. You have to subscribe to a mailing list in order to receive/send messages from/to it.
Group discussion and sharing information carried on by electronic mail. A mailing list focuses on a single topic. An individual subscribes or joins a mailing list electronically and all messages sent to the group are distributed by e-mail to the members.
A Mailing List is a list of people who subscribe to a periodic mailing distribution on a particular topic. On the Internet, mailing lists include each person's e-mail address rather than a postal address. Mailing lists have become a popular way for Internet users to keep up with topics they're interested in. Many software producers and other vendors are now using them as a way to keep in touch with customers.
A discussion forum where a user subscribes to receive information by email.
A list of email addresses for individuals. Used to distribute information to small groups of individuals, who may, for example, have shared interests. See also: E-mail.
Mailing lists allow for group discussion by using E-mail. A list of e-mail addresses identified by a single name. Once you have subscribed to a mailing list, you will automatically receive copies of every message that is sent to the list via E-mail.
A list of email addresses that website users can add and remove themselves from. The list is then used by the website owner to send relevant emails, for example details of special offers or forthcoming events.
An E-mail-based discussion forums dedicated to a topic of interest. An interested Internet user can subscribe to a mailing list by sending an e-mail message that contains appropriate instructions to a specific e-mail address. The computer that houses the mailing list program maintains a list of subscribers and routes all posted messages to subscribers' electronic mailboxes. Mailing lists are either publicly and privately maintained, and can either be moderated or unmoderated.
A list of e-mail addresses to which periodic e-mail may be sent.
An Internet resource that automatically sends e-mail messages related to a particular topic to people who have indicated an interest in that topic. See Chapter 6.
A list of e-mail addresses of people interested in the same subject. When a list subscriber sends a message, it goes to everyone on the list. You can reply to the messages, send new messages, or just lurk, reading the messages without participating.
mailing list consists of a set of electronic mail addresses of people subscribed to it. When mail is sent to a mailing list, the mail gets redirected to each of the addresses on the list. Since the membership of the list is recorded in a central location (rather than by each person interested in mailing to the list), the membership of the list can change dynamically without adversely affecting everyone who sends mail to it. Mailing lists and their configurations are handled by a mailing list server such as Majordomo. For more information, see What is a mailing list
A list of users who receive copies of mail messages. When a user sends a message to the mailing list, all users in the list receive a copy. Some mailing lists reach thousands of people.
A list service for emailing your customers in a consolidated fashion.
Mailing lists provide the simplest way to sustain a basic online workspace. A mailing list is operated by software called a list server, which enables you to centrally manage a list of subscribers for sustained e-mail communication. When a subscriber sends a message to the server, it's automatically copied to every subscriber. And replies to that message go back to the server for distribution. To run a mailing list you'll purchase the service from your ISP. (The software that runs the mailing list includes such names as Majordomo, Listserv, or Listproc.)
A mailing list is similar to a newsgroup, but instead of visiting to read or post, the discussion is e-mailed to you after you subscribe. You will receive e-mails in one of two ways: either one by one as people comment on the topic, or grouped together and sent once a day (or week). Mailing lists come in moderated or unmoderated flavors. Moderators weed out spam and flames and keep the group on track. They also select the comments that are passed on to the subscribers. For guidelines on contributing to mailing lists as a way to market, see Online media.
An email address which explodes a mail sent to it to the members of the list.
A system, often used with electronic discussion groups, that allows users to send email to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all other subscribers to the mail list. If you belong to the mailing list, you receive every message posted to that list.
A distribution list of names and addresses.
An automated email system similar to a listserv.
A list of email addresses, used by a mail exploder, to forward messages to groups of people. Generally, a mailing list is used to discuss certain set of topics, and different mailing lists discuss different topics. A mailing list may be moderated. This means that messages sent to the list are actually sent to a moderator who determines whether or not to send the messages on to everyone else. Requests to subscribe to, or leave, a mailing list should ALWAYS be sent to the list's "-request" address (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org for the IETF mailing list). See also: Electronic Mail, mail exploder.
is a list of subscribers to a group, where all the subscribers receive their messages via email, and it may be used to distribute newsletters, product updates information, as a basis for discussions groups etc.
A mailing list is a way of having a group discussion by electronic mail and distributing announcements to a large number of people. Each time you or any member of the list posts a reply to the conversation, it is distributed to the e-mail box of every member of the list. All of this traffic is automated and managed by programs called mailing list managers. The two most frequently used programs are Listserv and Majordomo. Source: Learn the Net Glossary
A possibly moderated discussion group, distributed via email from a central computer maintaining the list of people involved in the discussion.
An email system that allows people to participate in discussions together.
A list of email addresses in a text file that will be used for sending promotions and newsletters.
a generic term used to describe any form of email list you join based on the topic of discussion on the list.
If you belong to a mailing list, you receive every message that is posted to that list.
A system to redistribute mails from one person to many other people who are interested in that mail. Mailing lists are used to create online discussion, similar to newsgroups, with the difference the mails are sent automatically while newsgroups require the user to actively retrieve the information. See also e-mail, newsgroup.
Group discussion distributed through email. Many mailing lists are administered through the listserv program.
One e-mail address made up of several different e-mail addresses; they are similar to newsgroups. Mailing lists allow people to discuss common interests by posting messages which are received by everyone in the group. Unlike newsgroups, people must subscribe to a mailing list to post and receive messages. Also called a listserv.
A list of e-mail addresses of a group that discuss a single idea.
An email service that ‘re- mails' all incoming mail received by the list. Each message is sent to people who subscribe to the list, unless they arrange otherwise. Also called electronic mailing lists, Internet mailing lists, listservs and discussion groups.
A mailng list is just what it sounds like, a list of e-mail addresses. There is a single e-mail address you send your message to, and the mail server there forwards the e-mail to all the mail addresses in the list. Many mail clients allow you to group several e-mail addresses into one 'nickname'. This is different in that individual users can be added and deleted from everyone's address list at the same time.
An online publication you subscribe to and receive via email.
A special type of e-mail address that remails all incoming mail to a list of subscribers. Mailing lists specialize in specific topics so Internet users can subscribe to the ones that interest them.
the email address email@example.com handles all the email for the WAGSnet Mailing List and sends all incoming emails to the list of subscribers
A group of recipients to whom users can refer by a common name (for example, a mailing list called Marketing). When users address a message to a mailing list, all members of the mailing list receive the message.
The list of names and addresses of persons who wish to receive informative information from the authors of this web site.
A list of customers or prospects used to mail catalogs or sale announcements. It is not a marketing database because it does not provide for a two-way communication with customers.
A special kind of e-mail address that remails any incoming mail to a list of subscribers to the mailing list.
A list of email address that allows the sender to send one message to the list and the list forwards the message to all of the email addresses.
A list of e-mail addresses grouped together under a single name. Any e-mail sent to the mailing list address is automatically forwarded to all the addresses (the subscribers) on the list. Mailing lists are used to share information between people with common interests.
This is usually a special interest group you can join on the Internet to receive and send information. Once you belong to a mailing list, you can receive messages anyone sends to this list. If you send e-mail to the mailing list, every member of the list receives your message.
A list of users on the Internet or other network that share a common interest. Once a users "signs up" or "subscribes" to a mailing list, he or she will receive copies of mail messages pertaining to this common interest.
An email-based discussion group. Sending one email message to the mailing list sends email to all other members of the group. Mailing lists are usually joined by subscribing, and can be left by unsubscribing. See Also: Email
Online a mailing list is an automatically distributed email message on a particular topics going to certain individuals. You can subscribe or unsubscribe to a mailing list by sending a message via email. There are many good professional mailing lists, and you should find the ones that concern your business.
A way of having a group discussion by email. Allows messages posted (written) to the list to be distributed to every subscriber (member of the list). Programs such as Listserv, Listar, Ecartis and Majordomo manage the messages generated by mailing lists. mc² communities can use mailing lists to send messages to members. You can select which mail you want to receive under My Communities. See also: Mailing Lists @ mc² (& difference from the Forum)
a group of e-mail addresses in which all recipients receive the same e-mail message.
A list of e-mail addresses to which messages are sent.
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a discussion group or list-server that serves (usually free) subscribers who share interests or problems—German diabetics, drinkers of a mushroom tea, four-wheel-drive enthusiasts in Oregon.
A very important list of names and addresses that a model should have to send composites to on a regular basis. Even if you have an agent, you should continue to promote yourself until you become a top model by mailing to ad agencies, manufacturers, designers, catalogues and department stores. You can get these lists through label houses or through resource books - many are available at the "Models Mart" in New York City.
An e-mail address that is an alias for many other e-mail addresses. Some mailing lists simply redirect mail sent to them to the list of recipients. Others are filtered by humans or programs of varying degrees of sophistication. Lists filtered by humans are said to be `moderated'. It is often shortened in context to "list." The people who receive your e-mail when you send it to such an address.
(also referred to as Distribution List) An automated system that allows people to send email to one address where the message is then copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the maillist.
A service that forwards an e-mail message sent to it to everyone on a list, enabling a group of people to discuss a particular topic.
A mechanism for sending copies of a single Email note to more than one recipient. The copies can be made on the user's machine. Alternatively a single copy is send to a server on the Internet for copying and sending on to the list of recipients. There are thousands of mailing lists operated on the Internet on all imaginable topics.
A discussion format in which e-mail messages are sent to a central address, which then sends a copy to every subscriber to the list.
a group of contacts to whom you want to send the same email message. In Yahoo! Mail, a category includes mailing list capability.
A list of email addresses used to send messages to groups or forums, usually about a particular topic.
A collection of e-mail addresses identified by a single name; mailing lists provide a simple way of corresponding with a group of people with a common interest or bond. There are two main types of lists: 1) one you create within an e-mail program like Eudora that contains addresses for two or more individuals you frequently send the same message; and 2) a Listserve type that requires participants to be subscribed (e.g., a group of collaborators, a class of students, or often just individuals interested in discussing a particular topic). For information about obtaining a Listserve mailing list, contact OIT at 688-HELP.
E-mail electronic private discussion groups that link a relatively small group of people with a common interest. If you belong to a mailing list, you will receive mail from any member of the list that posts mail to it.
A mailing list is a way of having a group discussion by electronic mail or distributing announcements to a large number of people. A mailing list is very much like a conference, except that the conversation comes to you in your e-mailbox. Each time you or any member of the list posts a reply to the conversation, it is distributed to the e-mailbox of every member of the list. All of this traffic is automated and managed by programs called mailing list managers (MLMs).
A group of e-mail addresses that are used for easy and fast distribution of information to multiple e-mail addresses simultaneously. This is a convenient method for people on different computer systems to discuss particular topics or share information on specific issues.
Mailing lists are similar to newsgroups in that messages posted to them are viewed by many recipients. However, they differ in two key respects. First, a reader must subscribe to a mailing list if he or she wishes to read messages posted there. For example, a mailing list devoted to Gospel Music is inaccessible to anyone who has not sent a subscription request to the server that hosts the list. Second, many mailing lists are moderated and do not allow random pornographic messages nor flames. In essence, a mailing list merely takes an e-mailed posting from one of its subscribers and forwards it to the remaining subscribers. From a parental control point of view, mailing lists are a problem if devoted to inappropriate topics.
A mail forwarding service that allows subscribers to send email to a single address where the message is then broadcast to all subscribers
A list of email addresses to which messages are sent. You can subscribe to a mailing lists typically by sending an email to the contact address with the following in the body of the message: the word subscribe, the name of the list, and your email address.
A list of people who all receive postings sent to the group. Mailing lists exist on all sorts of topics.
A program that allows everyone on the list to send the same email to everyone else on the list.
A list of email addresses, usually for a group of people subscribed to an ongoing discussion group on a particular topic. Participants send mail to a central server that forwards copies to the other participants automatically.
An e-mail based discussion group. Sending one e-mail message to the mailing list's list server sends mail to all other members of the group. Users join a mailing list by subscribing. A Mailing list can have owner and/or moderators which control what is being distributed across the list.Some web hosting plans allow creation of mailing lists.
see list server.
A list of email addresses. When user sends an email to mailing list, each person added in the mailing list receives an email. Called group emailing too.
A group of potential or past customers who can be sent can be sent an email or catalog.
Group of e-mail names and addresses given a single name. When a message is sent to a mailing list, every person on the list receives a copy of the message in his or her mailbox. 2.34
A system that allows users to send e-mail to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers of the mail list.
A mailing list is a collection of names and addresses used by an individual or an organization to send material to multiple recipients. The term is often extended to include the people subscribed to such a list, so the group of subscribers is referred to as "the mailing list", or simply "the list".