Click on the 'Lists' link and select the list you are subscribed to. You'll be asked to provide your subscription email address and a password. If you don't have your password, there is an option to have it sent to your subscription address. To unsubscribe you don't have to have a password, but you'll receive a confirmation email that you'll have to respond to.
If you don't have a password AND you no longer can receive email at your subscription email address AND you need to change your subscription email address to your new email address, please contact the list administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. The list administrator will need your subscription email address as well as your new email address to make the change.
An electronic mailing list is a service that is performed by a computer program called a list server (the term LISTSERV is a registered trademark for a particular brand of list server. The RC lists do not run on the LISTSERV, but on Mailman). A list server may support many mailing lists simultaneously. For each mailing list, the server performs the following functions:
It maintains a list of names and e-mail addresses (called the subscribers of the list). The server can be set up so that only a designated administrator can change this list, or it can allow unrestricted public subscription. If the subscription is public, then the server will usually require confirmation from the subscriber before doing the actual subscription. This is to prevent accidental or third-party subscriptions. The RC lists do not support public subscription.
It maintains an e-mail address for the list and accepts messages at that address.
When it receives a message (at the e-mail address assigned to the list) from one of the list subscribers, it forwards the message to all the other subscribers of that list.
Some lists are moderated, which means that messages will be sent to the list moderator (a person responsible for the quality of messages on the list) before being sent to the list members. The list moderator is thus able to screen messages that are not appropriate for the list. Generally, the RC lists are not moderated.
When it receives a message from someone who is not a subscriber, it replies with a message that politely informs the sender that he/she is not on the list of subscribers of that list.
It maintains an e-mail address for the administrator of the list, so that people on or off the list can ask questions about the list.
The International Re-evaluation Counseling Communities maintain a number of electronic mailing lists for RC Community Members.
The RC mailing lists are not moderated. The requirements for list membership are such that moderation of the list messages is not considered necessary.
All the RC mailing lists are run by a computer with the address list.rc.org. This computer also receives mail for the list administrator of the RC mailing lists. The address of the list administrator is email@example.com
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