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Grace Davis <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 25 Jan 2008 16:36:30 +0000
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Thank you so much, Betsy! I am glad to know that you are continuing the ListServ. 
 Best wishes,
        Grace Davis

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From: Betsy Graves Rose <[log in to unmask]>
> Dear Pound ListServ members,
> Many of you know me as the Publications Specialist at the NPF. Due to Burt's
> passing, I have arranged to become the "owner" of this ListServ and will
> soon be trained in the intricacies of ListServ operation, so if you are
> experiencing any difficulties with the ListServ, let me know and I will do
> my best to resolve the problem.
> A question came up recently about how to subscribe to this ListServ. Over
> the past few years the directions have changed. Here is the current procedure: 
> Send an e-mail message to 
> [log in to unmask] 
> and in the body of the e-mail, enter 
> subscribe epound-l your name
> (for example, "subscribe epound-l Betsy Rose")
> Be sure to omit any other text from the body of the e-mail (such as an
> automatic signature block). 
> You will be sent further directions via e-mail about how to log on to the
> site, confirm your subscription and password, etc. 
> If you know someone who has tried these directions but is unsucessful,
> please send them my way ([log in to unmask]) and I'll give them a hand. 
> Thank you all for your messages about Burt. We are all very much in mourning
> at the NPF, in the English Department, and throughout the University of
> Maine community. Clearly the sadness at Burt's passing is being felt all
> over the world. We are all extraordinarily blessed at having known Burt, if
> not in person, then through his extensive scholarship.
> Best wishes,
> Betsy Rose