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Welcome to the Liberty Northwest Conference Subscriber  OPS Center

MANAGE YOUR OWN SUBSCRIPTION HERE!

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OR: If you are brave enough: challenge the "ezmlm" help system itself by clicking here. NOT NECESSARILY RECOMMENDED! But, nevertheless, from the horses mouth, click on it if you are able or want to assume the challenge.!
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But... on the Positive side, observe...
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You can now manage all of the features regarding your subscription to the Liberty Northwest Conference using Liberty Northwest's "Subscriber OPS Center".
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It's Easy!

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Whether you just want to subscribe or re-subscribe, go on vacation and temporarily delete your subscription, or get access to the archives, this is the place to go!  Please bookmark this site for future reference. It is also recommended that you print this page for future reference. You can also quickly write a private message to the Moderator using "OPS CENTER"! To contact the Moderator, click here.
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Getting Started....

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IMPORTANT: In all cases below, please ensure that when you check these features, you are using your email address that you will (or are) using with your Liberty Northwest Conference subscription! Sending "from email addresses" other than that intended won't work.  There is one way around this. See (* Remedy) below.
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New or Renewal of subscriptions Click Here
To Unsubscribe (either temporarily or permanently) Click Here
* Remedy: You may subscribe/unsubscribe an alternative email address.  To do so, click here.
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Accessing the Archives

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Since Liberty Northwest is currently being hosted by ezmlm software, we do not have the capability for  web site archive support or retrieval. The archives can only be currently accessed via email only. In the future we may be upgrading to other alternatives. This is the best web based support we can offer right now.  So,  for now the following is recommended to obtain archived messages:
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First:  Get an index of messages listing author and subject line. This will give you an exact message number (which you will need later), as well as the author or subject you wish to retrieve. No message bodies will appear, only message number, author's name, and subject line.

Second: Send a request for the specific messages you wish to review, based upon the above information.  Please follow closely the guidelines below to make this a little less painless.

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Step # 1: Requesting an Index of Authors and Subjects

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(Index will list in blocks of 100 each, but each request will be for a list of 500, so you will receive five sets of 100 each). The months are approximated, since dates overlap. This is in approximate  chronological order:
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Message archive prior to June 2002 Click Here
All Messages archive after June 2002 Click Here
Messages 1-500   (June-Sep 2002) Click Here
Messages 501-1000   (Sep-Oct 2002) Click Here
Messages 1001-1500   (Oct-2002 - Mar 2003) Click Here
Messages 1501-2000 (NOT USED) Click Here
Messages 2001-2500 (NOT USED) Click Here
Messages 2501-3000 (NOT USED) Click Here
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Now... Step #2:  Requesting the messages... (Two ways to do it)

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You may choose to go directly to libnw in email to get the actual message, requesting specific message numbers.  If you choose that method, see the paragraph directly below.  On the other hand, you can view the actual messages on the web by clicking on the month/year, without resorting to email requests. Keep in mind however that you will receive all of the messages for each entire month!  If you are looking for only 1 or 2 messages, you might opt to email request them.  If you want the entire month to look at the contexts of certain messages, the best way is to simply click on the year/month below.

Prior to July 2002 Click Here

2002

JULY  |  AUGUST  |  SEPTEMBER  |  OCTOBER  |  NOVEMBER  |  DECEMBER  |

2003

JANUARY  |  FEBRUARY MARCH  |  APRIL  |

The Other Way: Requesting specific messages directly via email:  (Note: If you are looking for messages prior to June 2002 click here).

Very carefully, select the message number, author and/or subject and date. Keep in mind the message number then, send an outgoing message to:  libnw-get.[message numbers]@immosys.com  (message numbers: insert the numbers you desire). These will be the actual messages, so limit your request to the number of messages and time frame you are looking for. Of course, you can change the number of your request for one message or up to 100. That's your choice. ONLY click on the above libnw-get messages and then add your own message number(s) you wish to retrieve. The limit is 100 for each request.

You can also request "subject line" messages, but this is generally unrealiable, since threads often change subject lines depending upon an author's choice at any given time. To attempt this retrieval, address a message to:

libnw--thread.[subject line]@immosys.com  Again, this probably won't be entirely reliable most of the time. However, by retrieving an "index" of the segments above, you can generally track down messages that have switched subject lines.  Warning: This may take some time.

It is highly recommended that in your search you first request an index file for the period you are searching for BEFORE requesting for individual messages. Trust me, you won't know what you are looking for until you do that.  Using the index, you can also work with time blocks to narrow down your choices even further.

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Help!
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If none of the above helps, it's time to write to the Moderator!  Click Here to do so now.
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Alternate Email Address Subscriptions
Liberty Northwest Conference allows you to manage "subscribe" or "unsubscribe" functions from an alternate email address. This is a manual, non-automated operation.
The following is taken directly from ezmlm instructions. If you need help, contact the Moderator. Otherwise:
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Subscribing a remote address

You can start a subscription for an alternate address, for example "john@host.domain", just add a hyphen and your address (with '=' instead of '@') after the command word: <libnw-subscribe-john=host.domain@immosys.com>.

Unsubscribing a remote address

To stop subscription for this address, mail: <libnw-unsubscribe-john=host.domain@immosys.com>

Other commands:

For other commands...

I don't recommend using the above for remote use such as lists or archives etc. Use your imagination if you are inclined to try! It may, or may not work. More trouble, in my opinion, than it is probably worth. Try and use your own email subscribed address whenever possible. That will work almost 100 percent of the time!

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