WHAT IS THE PKP191-LIST?
The PKP191-List is an electronic discussion group and communication service. The list name is PKP191-L. This list was established for the APSU chapter (191) of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP191). Anyone may belong to the list, but it will be of most interest to active members of the APSU chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
HOW TO USE THE PKP191-LIST:
Following is a description of the most frequently used commands you can send to the APSU Listserver and what they do. Send these function commands to the University's computer Listserver, itself.
Send the one or more of these function commands to the Listserver (atLISTSERV@LIST.APSU.EDU) in the body of the mail message:
SUBSCRIBE PKP191-L [Replace with your own full name.]
Subscribes you to PKP191-L.
UNSUBSCRIBE PKP191-L [Replace with your own full name.]
Removes you from the list.
[Note: You may wish to unsubscribe when you will be away from your computer for a period of time, e.g., a vacation, in order to avoid collecting a large number of incoming posts while you are away. You may unsubscribe and resubscribe as often as you like. These commands are handled electronically and automatically. However, we do not anticipate a great deal of traffic on our discussion group.]
Sends a file detailing all the possible commands for this list.
Sends you a list of all the e-mail addresses of subscribers to PKP191-L.
Send your subscription request or these instructions to the Listserver at:
TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PKP191-LIST DISCUSSION
SEND YOUR E-MAIL "POST" [message] TO PKP191-L ITSELF AT:
Or you may use your e-mail system's function to reply to a message you have received from the PKP191-List. You may also relevant materials from other sources to the PKP191-List. It is very helpful to the subscribers of the list when you write a brief but succinct description of the nature of your message in the SUBJECT HEADING of your e-mail "post."
If you have questions or suggestions about PKP191-L, you may address them to the PKP191-L List Manager, Jim Thompson, at email@example.com
Etiquette: Some suggestions on etiquette for this (and all) list(s): - Remember that we're all just folks here. Be respectful. - Lurking is encouraged. You might want to read for a few days to get a sense of what this list is like. After you get the idea, please contribute! - If your post is relevant only to one member of the list, please contact that person using personal e-mail. - When quoting from a previous post, quote only relevant passages rather than quoting the whole message. - Avoid "Me, too" and "Yes" messages. Your contribution should move the discussion along, not just make it longer.
Additional information on netiquette may be found here .