Thanks for the mention, Derrick. However:
Derrick Clements <[log in to unmask]> said:
>I still haven't had any luck, however, in performing a subject search
>of the list
To find out about searching Listserv lists, go to the following website:
Even though this is an unofficial site, the people at L-Soft - the company that
licenses Listserv - have commended the author on this tutorial. I find it a
very user-friendly site. Even though it was created for people on the list I
run, OPERA-L, the principles are true for all Listserv lists.
The basic search command is as follows:
s topic in ead
"S" is the word search; topic is the keyword(s) you are searching, and ead is
the list. Of course, this command must NOT be sent to the EAD list, but rather
to the Listserv address: [log in to unmask]
There are a number of modifications you make for elegant searching, so I advise
you to read the tutorial. The author does have a sense of humor, which helps.
(Private note to Angela: I'm looking for it! We have a meeting today)
Bob Kosovsky student
Librarian Ph. D. program in music
Music Division Graduate Center
The New York Public Library City University of New York
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