Karl (and others),
Kimberley Peach posted this in response to a related question I had.
It's all in the settings.
On 4/3/2016 3:22 AM, Kimberly Peach wrote:
> Hello subscribers,
> Welcome to ARSCLIB.
> To change your settings for listserv behaviors such as the visibility
> of the subject flag and receiving (or not) confirmation emails of
> your posts, try checking your settings by logging into your listserv
> account via this url: http://listserv.loc.gov/listarch/arsclib.html.
> Click "Join or leave the list (or change settings)"
> Under "Mail Header Style", try selecting a different option. I
> recommend the second option: "LISTSERV-style, with list name in
> subject". Thisshould
> produce the ARSCLIB flag in the subject of all posts you receive.
> Under "Acknowledgements", try selecting "No acknowledgements" if you
> don't want the confirmation email of your post being successful.
> I suggest also logging into your ARSCLIST account via this url:
> http://listserv.loc.gov/archives/arsclist.html and see what your
> settings are there. You can then duplicate your preferred settings on
> When you log in via these urls, you can also check the list archive
> to verify if a message you sent to the list was successfully posted.
> It will show up here if it was. Note, by default the archive displays
> By Topic alphabetically, and chronologically within that topic. You
> can switch to displaying posts Chronologically by clicking the second
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> return to sorting By Topic by clicking the third icon from the left
> (it shows a lightbulb).
> If anyone continues to have problems or questions, please let me know
> by emailing me directly at [log in to unmask]
> Thank you, Kim
> Kimberly Peach Collections Preservation and Management Consultant
> ARSC Web Editor www.arsc-audio.org [log in to unmask]
On 4/29/2016 12:37 PM, Karl E. Fitzke wrote:
> Thanks for the confirmation. I seem to only receive an email telling
> me my message went out to everyone on the list, but not see what I
> sent in my client InBox from the list. I only see my own clients
> record in my Sent folder.
> It's probably some cockpit error on my part. Sorry to make it
> everyone's problem here, but perhaps someone has a clue or is
> experienced something similar and we'll figure it out together.
> Thanks. I'm going to take this off the list from this point forward
> though, to no longer be a bother to the whole group. Have a great
> weekend, all!
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
Aurora, Ontario, Canada 647 479 2800
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