October 2002


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CSUF ITS/CVIP Help Desk <[log in to unmask]>
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CSUF Help for Listserv <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 3 Oct 2002 15:32:26 -0700
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Below is the information.


Changing Owners for a LISTSERV List (2002.03.04)

1.      Go to the CSUF LISTSERV Web Interface home page:


2.      Click the Mailing list management interface (list owners only) link.

3.      Enter the email address as registered with LISTSERV.

4.      Enter the LISTSERV password.

5.      Click the Login button.

6.      Select your LISTSERV list from the Listname drop down menu.

7.      Click the Configuration button.

8.      Look for the line that reads:


If you do not see that line, add it to the bottom of the options list.

NOTE: Make sure there is no space between Owner and the equal sign. (e.g.
Owner= Yes   NOT:  Owner  =  )

9.      Make sure there is a space after the equal sign then enter your
email address in place of the current owner's email address as registered
with LISTSERV. To add a co-owner, place a comma after the current owner(s)
email address, type a space then enter the new owner's email address.

10.     Click the Update button.

Now, you should be the only owner and be able to administer the listserv
list using your own LISTSERV username and password.

At 03:58 PM 9/24/2002 -0700, Marcial Marmolejo wrote:
>This listserv was created for our group. However, the member in charge of
>the list has graduated and no longer around to be in charge of the
>listserv... how exactly do I go about in changing his login email,
>([log in to unmask]) to mine, ([log in to unmask])???
>If you can please help me out with this little problem, I would greatly
>appreciate it. Thanks.
>My Name is Daniel Fuentes, and I am now the secretary of my organization,
>and therefore, now in charge of all forms of communications. It would be
>much easier to login with my own email address, since it's the one I use...
>as opposed to having to remember another email address. Thank you.
>-Daniel Fuentes
> Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Kris Brinkerhoff - ITS Help Desk Analyst
California State University, Fresno
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