How to become an abuser of a e-list for professionals -Reply Evelyn Ford 15 Jun 1998 12:09 EST

Marsha --

That concept is alive and well, but abusers of the list -- and
anonymous subscribers to this list are an abuse.  I subscribe to a
number of lists, and RESADM-L has been remarkably free of abusers and
tangential or "noise" e-mails.  The anonymous user  who was sending
messages is typical of the problems experienced by many other lists,
and, believe me, it's a nightmare you don't want.  No anonymous
subscribers -- it's a rule worth supporting.

-- Evelyn Ford
Evelyn J. Ford, Research Administrator
Allegheny University of the Health Sciences
Center for Neurosciences Research
Pittsburgh PA 15212-4772
voice 412.359.4475
FAX 412.359.4499

>>> <xxxxxx@CCMAIL.NEVADA.EDU> - 6/15/98 11:36 AM >>>
...Whatever happened to the concept of mentoring and
training new folks and helping others?

Marsha Green