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John Eldard asks:
> Could someone please give me an Internet listserv address (and
> command) where I can get a list of all mailing lists? Did that make
Since others will likely find this useful also, I'll respond to
the entire list. The following is the introductory section to a document
I'm sure you'll find useful, the "list of lists".
ftp.nisc.sri.com: netinfo/interest-groups [9 September 1992]
Welcome to the "List of lists." This is a listing of special interest
group mailing lists available on the Internet. This file is available via
anonymous ftp on ftp.nisc.sri.com in netinfo/interest-groups. A compressed
version is available in netinfo/interest-groups.Z. It may also be obtained
through e-mail by sending a message to mail-server -at- nisc -dot- sri -dot- com with "send
netinfo/interest-groups" in the body of the message.
A hardcopy, indexed version of this list is available from SRI
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There is a mailing-list for "List of lists" update notices. To get on this
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