So, someone talked you into managing a Unitarian Universalist-related list? Great! You, the list manager, have two main responsibilities:
You're not alone in this venture—here are the other folks you can call on for help:
All list managers are automatically added to the UUA-List-Owners announcement list, so that the Web Team can notify you about changes in the list software, the list rules, uua.org downtime, virus issues, or other list-related news.
Each list must have at least two active managers, so one person can cover while another is away. Also, if disputes arise, you will have someone to consult about the best way to proceed. The UUA Web Teammust approve all new list managers, and must also be informed when a manager retired from their position.
Many of the web and email addresses in our technical help pages include the placeholder text "listname" which must be replaced with the actual name of the list in question. You can click on the links, or copy and paste them into your web browser window, but you'll need to edit the text in your browser's "Address" bar. (http://lists.uua.org/mailman/admin/listname for instance, would become http://lists.uua.org/mailman/admin/UUA-L) You may also search http://lists.uua.org/mailman/admin for links to your list's main administration page.
Your list adminstration website (http://lists.uua.org/mailman/admin/listname) can be used to control a number of list and subscriber settings. To access these pages you need to know the password for the list you manage—you chose this password when you applied to create the mailing list in the first place. (Write to the Web Team if you've forgotten it.)
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 23, 2013.
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