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Message 1: New List: East Asian Software Users' Group

Date: Tue, 28 Dec 1993 17:35:28 New List: East Asian Software Users' Group
From: <ONEILLPguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: New List: East Asian Software Users' Group

EASUG How-tos (11/25/93)

EASUG (=East Asian Software Users' Group) is an electronic list
created to provide a forum for scholarly discussion, mentoring
support, announcements and planning for events of interest to the
subscribers.

The idea for EASUG came out of the 1993 East Asian Software
Symposium, pre-session to the Georgetown University Round Table on
Language and Linguistics, where it was suggested that a discussion
list be created for the purposes of bringing together researchers
interested in software which implements any language of Northeast
or Southeast Asia, i.e. programs for machine translation,
computer-assisted language learning, natural language processing,
and word processing.

EASUG is similar to other electronic discussion groups that you may
already be familar with. Our list of subscribers is automatically
maintained by MAILSERV software on the Georgetown VAX, and all
administrative requests (such as subscriptions; see below) must be
sent to the MAILSERV address. Messages sent to EASUG itself are
automatically distributed to all subscribers.

If you have any questions or problems, send mail to Patricia
O'Neill-Brown at:
 oneillpguvax.georgetown.edu (Internet)
 oneillpguvax.bitnet (Bitnet)

If you want to subscribe and interact with the EASUG list, please
follow these directions:

1) SUBSCRIBE TO EASUG:

 Send a message to:
 in%"mailserv" (if you are on GUVAX)
 or
 mailservguvax.georgetown.edu (if you are on the Internet)
 or
 mailservguvax.bitnet (if you are on Bitnet)

 The message should consist of the following line only:
 subscribe easug firstname lastname

 Ex: subscribe EASUG Kyoko Chen

2) JOIN IN THE EASUG DISCUSSION:

 Address your message to:
 in%"easug" (if you are on GUVAX)
 or
 easugguvax.georgetown.edu (Internet)
 or
 easugguvax.bitnet (Bitnet)

 Or simply select the Reply option while reading a EASUG
 message. (Use this option only if you're joining in the same
 discussion as the message you're replying to.)

3) GET THE NAMES AND E-MAIL ADDRESSES OF EASUG
 SUBSCRIBERS:

 Send a message to the mailserv, as in (1) above.
 The message should consist of the single line:
 send/list easug

4) GET A (PARTIAL) LIST OF MAILSERV COMMANDS:

 Send a message to the mailserv, as in (1) above.
 The message should consist of the single line:
 HELP

5) GET THE LATEST COPY OF EASUG HOW-TO'S:

 Send a message to the mailserv, as in (1) above.
 The message should consist of the single line:
 send easug.help

6) CANCEL YOUR SUBSCRIPTION:

 Send a message to the mailserv, as in (1) above.
 The message should consist of the single line:
 unsubscribe easug
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