Creating unrestricted email lists on ISC Networking Mail Servers
If you were creating a list named "penn-zen", enter the UNIX environment and type
Now simply type in the recipients' email addresses and save the file, exit PICO, and you'll return to the Unix prompt.
From the unix prompt or from the main menu, type
and choose the "add an unrestricted distribution list" option.
This is the name that you choose for your list. For example, if you type "penn-zen" here (do not include the quotes), the address of the distribution list would be
email@example.comRemember that only lowercase letters, numbers and dashes - or underscores _ are allowed in this field. Try to keep this field short -- your members may find a long name annoying.
Just a short description here of what you plan to use the list for. There is no need for more than a few words here. "For the exec board" would suffice.
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