Lyris understands several commands, and is not limited to a single command per message (it will process commands until reaching end-of-message). The command “help” will tell you about all the other commands.
Some of the commands which Lyris understands, and which are for everyone to use are:
subscribe <LISTNAME> first name last name
You can get detailed explanations of all these by asking for “help” from Lyris (send a message containing just the word “help” as the message text to email@example.com).
Report any problems with any part of the mailing list system to the Help Desk 585-395-5151 option 1.
List owners can obtain a list of the e-mail addresses of subscribed users by sending mail to Lyris as follows.
Message: login <LISTNAME>.admin review <LISTNAME> all
Lyris archives the messages sent to your mailing list. You can retrieve all messages by following the LISTNAME with a date or range of dates. The format of the date is yyyymmdd.
Subscribers to a mailing list can retrieve archived files by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message: get <LISTNAME>
To retrieve all the messages for March 2001, you would issue the following command.
get <LISTNAME> 20010301-20010331
For additional information please see the Lyris user's guide at: http://www.lyris.com/help
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