Pete Johnston <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> ...I enquired about the availability of a hypertext archive for
> this listserv. As far as I know, it is not archived, or at least no
> archive is available via the Web.
Just because the Library of Congress doesn't have a Listserv web interface does
not mean that the list is not archived. In fact, it is archived, and can be
searched and retrieved using typical Listserv techniques.
To see a list of all the "notebooks" (i.e. the archived messages) send a message
to: [log in to unmask] with the words:
They can be retrieved using the Get command.
To search the archives of the list, use Listserv syntax, i.e.:
s * in ead
(where * is a keyword or keywords of your choice).
One of the subscribers of the list that I "own" (OPERA-L) has set up a
user-friendly help page for those who are new to Listserv searching. Knowing
how to search a Listserv list is useful information, whether or not the list
operates on a web interface. The URL is:
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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