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This is one of the message channels of the SFRM Telegraph, the M to M service of San Francisco Regional Mensa. To join please provide 1) your full name, 2) member number, 3) preferred e-mail address, 4) Yahoo e-mail address (if any) and 5) your Mensa group, if not SFRM, in the comments box. Failure to do so will only delay your acceptance as a member of this channel.


SFRM-News is the Announcements channel. It is for reminders or additional information on scheduled events, personal ads, etc. Please do not reply to the SFRM-News channel. It is not for any discussion on any topic.



SFRM-Discussion is the moderated Discussion channel. This is the channel for any discussion on any topic and for public replies to SFRM-News items. It is open to members of any age.



SFRM-FreeForM is the Free-Forum channel. FreeForM is the unmoderated channel, for over-18 members of SFRM and other Mensa chapters.



SFRM-Organize
This is a place for event organizers, participants, and volunteers to connect and get things done. This is a moderated, logistics channel.




Attachments are not supported. Files should be uploaded to the file area in SFRM-Discussion. Files from SFRM are in the file area on SFRM-News, the Announcements channel.



Subscribers to the SFRM groups may also subscribe to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFRM-Intelligencer for e-mail distribution of the SFRM newsletter.



For more info http://www.sfmensa.org/telegraph.html and http://groups.yahoo.com or email elistmgr@sfmensa.org

Group Information

  • 263
  • Intellectuals
  • Nov 30, 2000
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Not listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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