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From: Kevin Q. Brown
Subject: mailing list on automatic 
Date: 22 Aug 1990

From kqb  Wed Aug 22 19:24:55 1990
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Date: Wed, 22 Aug 90 19:24:55 EDT
From: kqb (52183-Brown)
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Subject: CRYONICS mailing list on automatic

I soon will be leaving for California to attend the Aug. 24 - 26 Conference
on Biostasis & Reentry at Asilomar and will be off-line Aug. 23 - 29.  This
does not mean that the cryonics mailing list has to stop while I am away,
though.  I have set up some software to examine all incoming mail messages
and those messages with a "Subject" line with the word CRYONICS (in CAPITAL
letters) will be automatically queued for a mailblast to the mailing list.
(Hopefully the software will not confuse bounced messages from a mailblast as
new submissions to the mailing list!)  For example, if the latest cryonics
message sent was number 220 and a message with the line:
    Subject: CRYONICS reanimation achieved!
arrives, then my mail-handling software will generate a mailblast to the
mailing list with the line:
    Subject: cryonics #221 - reanimation achieved!
Note that since the cryonics mailing list mailblasts use the word "cryonics"
in lower case in the subject lines, a simple "reply" command to me will not
result in a message that gets distributed to the mailing list.  This will
help ensure that submissions to the mailing list have to be deliberate
rather than accidental.  Enjoy your automated cryonics mailing list!
                                       - Kevin Q. Brown

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