one of the most common Internet list servers.
any similar software program.
an email discussion group; an online mailing list.
a service on the internet that provides an electronic mailing to subscribers with similar interests
An automatic mailing list server, initially written to run under IBM’s VM operating system by Eric Thomas.
Listserv is a user name on some computers on BITNET/EARN which processes electronic mail requests for addition to or deletion from mailing lists. Examples are firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Some listservs provide other facilities such as retrieving files from archives and database search. Full details of available services can usually be obtained by sending a message with the word HELP in the subject and body to the listserv address.
Eric Thomas, has recently formed an international corporation, L-Soft, and has ported Listserv to a number of other platforms including Unix. Listserv has simultaneously been enhanced to use both the Internet and BITNET.
Two other major mailing list processors, both of which run under Unix, are Majordomo, a freeware system, and Listproc, currently owned and developed by BITNET.
Computers. 1. a software program that distributes messages to an online mailing list.
1. liter; liters. 2. . 3. . 4. . 5. . 1. (in Italy) lira; lire.
[lee-tahs] /ˈli tɑs/ noun, plural litai [lee-tey] /ˈli teɪ/ (Show IPA), litu [lee-too] /ˈli tu/ (Show IPA) 1. a former silver coin and monetary unit of Lithuania, equal to 100 centai. /ˈliːtɑːs/ noun (pl) litai (ˈliːteɪ) 1. the standard monetary unit of Lithuania, divided into 100 centai
- Li Tai Po
[Chinese lee tahy baw] /Chinese ˈli ˈtaɪ ˈbɔ/ noun 1. .