mailing lists that pertain to Nueces County and
Texas as well as help for researchers through Rootsweb.
mailing lists come in the form of two modes: List and Digest.
mode (L) would
for individuals who do not mind receiving many emails throughout the
day, however, for most the Digest mode would be more ideal.
mode (D) is
email sent to the subscriber with all messages sent through the list
for a period of time. This option cuts down on email as it is
sent in one email with bulk messages to the specified list.
information about the Nueces County mail list and
other mail lists that may be helpful through county, state, surname,
etc. mail lists and queries. These mail lists are provided by
questions about this list, contact the list administrator at TXNUECESfirstname.lastname@example.org
Clicking on one of the shortcut links below should work, but if your
browser doesn't understand them, try these manual instructions to join TXNUECES-L,
mail to TXNUECES-Lemail@example.com
with the single word subscribe
in the message subject and body of email. To join TXNUECES-D,
do the same thing with TXNUECES-Dfirstname.lastname@example.org
send mail to TXNUECES-L-request@rootsweb
with the single word unsubscribe
in the message subject and body. To leave TXNUECES-D,
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- Posting Messages.
Only post a message to TXNUECES-L@rootsweb.com,
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on the List and Digest modes. Please use the list for Nueces
County inquiries only.
You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them,
going from one message to another. Some list archives are not
available; if there is a link there to an archive but the link doesn't
work, it probably means that no messages have been posted to that list
is the Grand Old List itself, with almost a decade of continuous
operation and almost 10000 subscribers. **Traffic is high on ROOTS-L:
if you subscribe, expect to receive a hundred or more messages each day
gathered into three to ten 40KB digests.**
list is the perfect list for beginners -- no question is too elementary
and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. A number of the oldies hang
out here, too, and help when they can. **Traffic is typically about 20
messages a day.**
for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in Texas,
especially Germans in the 19th century. The list will also discuss
current events and societies related to genealogy and history in Texas.
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