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Please note that this information relates only to Virtual Domain Accounts.

Listservers are by nature slightly complicated as far as administration is concerned. We do strongly suggest that if you want to manage your own mail lists, that you ensure that you have the time needed to administer them correctly.

Each server at NetCulture runs 'Majordomo', this listserver software allows for automatic 'subscribe' and 'unsubscribe' requests through to a list. There are also a large number of other facilities available.

Lists created can be managed remotely by sending administration requests through to the server. These can be in the form of 'approve' messages to allow a user to subscribe, through to updating your full configuration file.

All requests for 'list' creation should be directed to accounts@NetCulture.net. You should supply a list name (which needs to be unique on our server) and password. We will create the list for you and send through full details on how the list is managed remotely. When a list is created, a number of appropriate '.qmail-xxxx' files will be added to your administration home directory. These files can only be modified by our support staff.

Please note that for system capacity reasons, each account is limited to a number of two lists.

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