MennoLink interest groups consist of mailing lists covering a wide variety of topics. The interest groups are accessed using email. This document describes how to join and use the MennoLink groups.
To join a MennoLink interest group, send a message with the word subscribe followed by the group name to server@MennoLink.org. For example: subscribe menno.annc.news See the subscribing page to learn about shortcuts for joining multiple groups and for other subscription examples. A template for providing additional subscription information is also found on the that page. See the interest group page for a list of all of the groups. New subscribers will want to look at the etiquette and policy statements, and after a period of listening send an introduction to menno.talk.people@MennoLink.org.
To post a message to one of the MennoLink groups, send to the group-name@MennoLink.org. For example, to send to the menno.edu.bethel group, use the address menno.edu.bethel@MennoLink.org. See the posting page for more details and information about sending to multiple groups.
To stop receiving messages from a particular group or category, send a line with the word unsubscribe followed by the group name to server@MennoLink.org. For example: unsubscribe menno.talk.issues See the unsubscribe page to learn about shortcuts for dropping multiple groups and for other examples. To stop all messages temporarily or permanently, send unsubscribeserver@MennoLink.org. See the unsubscribe page for how to resume and other details.
|Tip: Use the online registration form for a convenient way to change your group settings.
Some users prefer to receive messages in digest format, where several messages are packaged into one large message. See the digest page for details.
Changing Email Addresses
To change your email address, send (from your old account) a line like Address: firstname.lastname@example.org to server@MennoLink.org. If you no longer have access to your old account, then the online registration form will work provided you have your account password. If neither method works, send a note with your old and new addresses to questions@MennoLink.org.
A variety of MennoLink information can be retrieved by email. See the information page on how to receive a complete list of MennoLink groups, the list of current users, and other information.
MennoLink articles are available online for Supporting and Full Members.
MennoLink participants are encouraged to support MennoLink by becoming Supporting, Full or Basic Members. See the membership page for details. Several groups are sponsored by Mennonite organizations and individuals and do not require a fee in order to participate.