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  • Joel D Kalvesmaki
    Dear LXX friends, Just an administrative note. Below are excerpts from an e-mail notifying us that there will be improvements and changes to the eGroups site.
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 7, 2000
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      Dear LXX friends,

      Just an administrative note. Below are excerpts from an e-mail notifying us
      that there will be improvements and changes to the eGroups site. I do not
      anticipate any disruptions, but wanted to inform you in case anything does
      happen.

      ----- Original Message -----
      > WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH EGROUPS?
      >
      > eGroups will now be called Yahoo! Groups. Don't worry, all eGroups
      > email and web addresses will continue to work, all data and event
      > ownership will be maintained, and your entire group membership will
      > carry over.
      >
      > Everything you love about eGroups will still be around. Yahoo! Groups
      > will continue to be a free service, and all the main features you use
      > now will continue to be a part of the new Groups service. We'll begin
      > to internationalize Yahoo! Groups after we've launched the service in
      > the United States. In the interim, you will be able to use the
      > international versions of eGroups.
      >
      > WHAT'S NEW?
      >
      > Yahoo! Groups will have lots of new features and even better
      > customization. Upon launch, you will be able to:
      >
      > * Chat with other group members using our improved Yahoo! Chat.
      > * Add a splash of color to your group, or a main page photo, all
      > without knowing HTML.
      > * See when group members are online and communicate with group members
      > in real time using Yahoo! Messenger.
      > * Reach a larger audience. You will have the entire Yahoo! Network at
      > your doorstep.
      >
      > And much, much more to come! The best part -- you won't have to do
      > anything to your group to get it converted. This will all happen
      > automatically. All you have to do to access this wide array of web
      > functionality is merge your current eGroups account with a Yahoo! ID.
      > For a detailed FAQ on this and other merger topics, please visit:
      >
      > http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/groups/info
      >
      > Sincerely,
      >
      > The Yahoo! Groups team

      jk
      untitledJoel D Kalvesmaki 16kalvesmaki@...
      http://arts-sciences.cua.edu/ecs/jdk/ Graduate Student, Early Christian
      Studies Catholic University of America Washington, DC


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