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Re: discussion list

Yves,

> 
> Most scientists find rather difficult to register by sending a message to a 
> first addresse (listproc) and then to discuss using a second addresse (epc-l 
> in the present case).

  I have also had these misgivings with list servers. However listproc
seems to have made progress in this field. 
  Trying sending a few commands to the list epc_l itself. You'll see
that they are not distributed to the others and the person sending them
is politely told to write to listproc@iucr.org   Likewise listproc
filters "subjects" which should not be sent to a list like "test". I
find the soft rather comfortable but one needs to learn its ins and
outs.
H.
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