Tim Miller <70611 .
>Now I want to host a Majordomo or LISTSERV list. It would probably start small
>and slow, but could grow over a period of years to perhaps a couple of hundred
>subscribers. I don't think the average number of postings per subscriber per
>period of time would ever be very high.
>Please help! I'm having major difficulties finding a commercial Internet
>access provider that makes Majordomo or LISTSERV available. Can anyone suggest
>some? Don' know nothin' 'bout Greatcircle.com. Perhaps it's what I'm looking
I think Netcom sets up mailing lists for it's customers. I'd also try a
small unix shell account provider. They would be the most likely to do that
sort of thing for customers. The big providers, (AOL, CI$, etc are
impossible about that sort of thing - mostly because they just have too
Also, depending upon what kind of list you are talking about, try sending
some queries to lists and newsgroups that are related. You might find
someone at an academic or .com site willing to give you an account, or host
the list for you.
(That's how I became manager of one of my lists).
Michelle Murrain, Ph.D. email and finger:
School of Natural Science mpmNS @
Hampshire College, mmurrain @
Amherst, MA 01002
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