GENERAL: LDbase Search Capability.

From: IN%"[email protected]" "A Discussion of Listserv Database Search
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Subj: List-ID= header keyword

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From: "Peter M. Weiss +1 814 863 1843" <[email protected]>
Subject: List-ID= header keyword
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It turns out that searching the LISTS database for an explicit list
might not "hit". Why? because the listname might not be referenced
either in the list TITLE, or a List-ID= header keyword might be omitted.

I've added the List-ID=listname to my lists.

A "LIST GLOBAL /listname" would reference your list, regardless.

/Pete ([email protected]) -- co-owner LDBASE-L, TQM-L, FINAID-L, et -L
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