More on Yahoo switch
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As far as I understand, despite the switch from "E-Groups" to "Yahoo Groups", anyone who is receiving and sending group messages
by e-mail alone does not have to do anything different at this time. All messages sent or received will be automatically routed
and forwarded, although you may notice that the group's e-mail address and website address now have "yahoogroups" wherever it used
to have "egroups."
Only those people who are reading and/or sending messages through the group webpages need to sign up for a new (free) account with
Yahoo Groups (or easily transferring your account from the old E-Groups), using the instructions provided below by Jeffrey.
Sorry for all the confusion! Please contact me OFF LIST if you have any questions or problems with this.
Felix Just, S.J. - Dept. of Theological Studies
Loyola Marymount University - 7900 Loyola Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045-8400 - Ph (310) 338-5933
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jeffrey B. Gibson [mailto:jgibson000@...]
> > Sent: Friday, January 26, 2001 6:41 PM
> > To: crosstalk2
> > Cc: johannine_literature; CSBR
> > Subject: [John_Lit] More on Yahoo switch
> > As many of you might already know, E-Groups was subsumed into Yahoo.
> > This means that every member of a List previously hosted by E-Groups
> > must now register/sign in with Yahoo.
> > Instead of following the instructions I gave earlier, you might find it
> > easier to do what is required of you by following the conversion wizard
> > directions found at
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/convwiz
> > If you have difficulties with this, contact me OFF LIST and I try to
> > straighten things out.
> > Yours,
> > Jeffrey