Ibogaine List Commands

Patrick K. Kroupa digital at mindvox.com
Tue Jul 2 18:14:01 EDT 2002


On [Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 02:01:24PM -0700], [Ted Elliot] wrote:

| Please get me off this list. Please.

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| Please PLEASE PLEASE get me off this list.

Dude, you signed yourself onto the list, twice in fact.  The commands for
how to get off (the list, not in general), are located in the headers of
every single message sent out, however, to recap: 

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To all the people who have landed here in the last month or so:
 
This is not MindVox, this is the ibogaine list.  When Vox relights, the
list will be accessible from within the interface, or you can continue
using it exactly as you are right now -- from whatever mail client or web
mail service you make use of.  The main difference between the two, is
that the Vox interface offers a much greater range of commands, options,
features, bugs, pretty graphics, threading based on name, date, topic,
whatever, and filters to nonexist people you never want to hear from
again (including spam and script-kiddie noise).

If you want a general list of options and features, send to:
 
ibogaine-help at mindvox.com
 
To get OFF this list:

ibogaine-unsubscribe at mindvox.com

To obtain previous messages from the archive, you need to request them in
groups of 100.  So, for instance, to get messages 1 to 99, you'd send mail
like this:
 
ibogaine-get.1_99 at mindvox.com
 
It'll send 1 through 99 in one large digest.

To repeat that, for instance for 100 to 199, you'd do:

ibogaine-get.100_199 at mindvox.com

We're around message 1400 sumthin' right now.

A complete list of all the commands exists in help, which, to repeat:

ibogaine-help at mindvox.com

Patrick




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