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1997\08\20@030906 by Colan Tredrea

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Is there an easily accessible archive of this list which allows simple serching
by topic?
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1997\08\20@032628 by William Chops Westfield

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   Is there an easily accessible archive of this list which allows
   simple serching by topic?

Yes, such functionality is BUILT IN to the LISTSERVE software.  Send a
message to .....LISTSERVEKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU containing "help" as the only message
text, and you'll get pointed in the right directions.

I've used this to catch up on topics of interest after vacaction kept me
unsubscribed for a couple weeks...

BillW

1997\08\20@045418 by Ian Cameron

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> Is there an easily accessible archive of this list which allows simple
serching
>  by topic?

http://www.428main.com/piclist/

Does not have any search facilities of its own, but you can sort the
messages by author, date, or subject.

You can search the subject fields using your browsers find command.

Cheers, Ian.

1997\08\20@081906 by anick

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Ian Cameron wrote:
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> > Is there an easily accessible archive of this list which allows
> simple
>  serching
> >  by topic?
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> http://www.428main.com/piclist/
>
> Does not have any search facilities of its own, but you can sort the
> messages by author, date, or subject.
>
> You can search the subject fields using your browsers find command.
>
> Cheers, Ian.

I have been looking for a search method for the Piclist Archive. As well
as several other features. The problem I have been having is getting the
time to acually do the work... as if thats somthing new. :)

Alan Nickerson
Piclist archive Webmaster

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