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Mailing lists (Majordomo)

Majordomo is a publicly available software package, called a list server, for the maintenance of electronic mailing lists. A list server (or more properly, a mail reflector) is a program designed to accept mail messages and to redistribute them to a predefined list of mail recipients. In such a way, a single message may be distributed to many individuals. List servers often maintain a number of different lists, each with a separate name, purpose, distribution (or membership) list, and characteristics.

Related policy: See Majordomo policy in the documentation section of this page.


Who can use it?

Faculty, staff, and graduate students.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost associated with this service.

How to get it

Service availability

24/7

Maintenance window

All maintenance will be performed outside of 8:00 A.M. and 11:00 P.M.

Documentation

 

FAQ

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