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Hi Y'all

In preparation for adding AMF Class of '99 to this discussion group, I
found myself updating the "Welcome and Guidelines" message.  You may recall
that the Listserv software sent you this message when you were first added
to this discussion group.  You were advised to save it, but we all know
that stuff happens -- backups don't, disks crash, oops, etc.  I also added
a few things that we've discussed online (like the web-based archive) to
this year's message.  So I thought it might be nice to send you all the new
welcome message, too.  Besides last week at the Institute, Kathleen Ferenz
(AMF '97) suggested it.

After I send this message, the next thing I'll do is to add the 50 new
fellows to this group.

So, here's that welcome and guidelines message.

Betty

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Some commands you can send to [log in to unmask]:

SET AMFELLOWS NOMail
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SET AMFELLOWS Mail
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SET AMFELLOWS DIGests
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SET AMFELLOWS NODIGests
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SET AMFELLOWS REPRO
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GET AMFELLOWS LOG9907

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To get a list of other commands and information about them.


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