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Mailing lists provide a venue for support of all of the products and services offered by Deep Sky Tech. Each mailing list is devoted to a specific purpose or community. And, members of the Deep Sky Tech. continually monitor and participate in these open forums.
There is no better way to keep in touch and stay up to date than a mailing list.
Mailing list for 3rd party suppliers, vendors, and customers of Eudora Internet Mail Server (EIMS). Also, the primary venue of support for all of the EIMS related products and filters available from Deep Sky Tech.
Membership on a mailing list is voluntary for every single list member. People join mailing lists to learn, to hear new ideas and opinions, and to keep up to date on events and issues. Most importantly, mailing lists are used to communicate simply and easily between many people on a common topic.
The success and popularity of a mailing list depends solely on the professionalism of list members. This includes not just the content of what is being contributed, but also how the content is presented. It is not uncommon for poorly formatted, contrived, or presented messages on a mailing list to be just plain ignored by other list members.
Towards this end, this consolidation of "Mailing List Etiquette", the best practices for successfully communicating in email and particularly on mailing lists, is made available for you. It is highly recommended that everyone read all of the items presented here. They have been culled from years of experience of many developers and comprise what is considered common best practices when communicating through email.