Lee County Mail ListListed below are the directions to subscribe and
unsubscribe from theLee County Mailing List.
There are 2 (two) types of lists, digest and list. The digestlist is more of an archive that will be emailed to you ever few days,where as, the list subscription will send you an email every time someone responds to the list.
The digest subscription may be more convenient to limit the number ofemails in your inbox, but the option is up to the subscriber.
The Lee County Mailing List is courtesy of Rootsweb.
|For questions about this list, contactthe list administrator at TXLEEemail@example.com.
- Subscribing.Clicking on one of the shortcut links below should work, but if yourbrowser doesn't understand them, try these manual instructions: to joinTXLEE-L, send mail to TXLEE-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org the single word subscribe in the messagesubject and body. To join TXLEE-D, do the samething with TXLEE-Demail@example.com.
- Unsubscribing.To leave TXLEE-L, send mail to TXLEE-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org the single word unsubscribe in the messagesubject and body. To leave TXLEE-D, do the samething with TXLEE-Demail@example.com.
- Archives. Youcan search the archives for a specific message or browse them, goingfrom one message to another. Some list archives are not available; ifthere is a link here to an archive but the link doesn't work, itprobably just means that no messages have been posted to that list yet.
There are other Mailing Lists by Rootsweb for Texas. Some ofthese lists include the 254 counties of Texas, each with their own, aswell as some specific mail lists for military companies (ex. 11th TexasCav), cemeteries, history, heritage (ex. German Texans, Czechs, et) andsocieties (ex. Woodmen and Masons). To view these listings,please clickhereto review the one right for you. Clicking the links onRootswebwill give you directions to subscribe and unsubscribe from the digestor list mail.
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