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2-1: Internet Mailing lists for Windows NT




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This article is from the Windows NT Internet FAQ, by sscoggin@enet.net (Steve Scoggins) with numerous contributions by others.

2-1: Internet Mailing lists for Windows NT

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windows-nt
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A list for general discussions about all aspects of Windows NT in
both workstation and server forms.
To subscribe send a mail message to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk with contents

join windows-nt your_first_name your_last_name

to leave use contents

leave windows-nt

List messages should be sent to windows-nt@mailbase.ac.uk

The administrator for the list is A.Hamilton@ed.ac.uk to whom
any queries or problems should be sent.


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ms-back-office
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Microsoft's Back Office comprises SQL Server, SNA Server, Systems
Management Server and Exchange (which is Microsoft's future X400-based
mail product). All these require Windows NT Server as their
host system. Joining instructions and administrator as for the windows-nt list.
Note: this is a new list as of 15/11/94 so its a bit quiet yet :-)


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lanman-l
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This list is for discussions of Lan Manager. The native networking
of Windows NT is essentially the same as Lan Manager and interworking with
MS-DOS, OS/2 and Windows for Workgroups all concern Lan Manager.

To subscribe, send a mail message to listserv@list.nih.gov with contents

subscribe lanman-l your_first_name your_last_name

To leave use contents

unsubscribe lanman-l

List messages are sent to LANMAN-L@nihlist.earn or to LANMAN-L@nihlist.bitnet



 

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