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Welsh Mountain Pony Mailing List



This list is for discussion about Welsh Ponies. We welcome everyone from around the world to join and post letters to this list. All Members may discuss other ponies they have regardless of their breed.





To post a message to the mailing list send your message to ponies@yahoogroups.com



This message is to explain to you how to send messages to this list and how to unsubscribe.



Please read this message all the way through as it contains important information you may need to know about the list.



*WRITING MESSAGES TO THE MAILING LIST*

When you send a message to the mailing list, the message will go out to everybody that is on this list. To send a message to the list send it to the address

E-mail ponies@yahoogroups.com



*UNSUBSCRIBING TO THE MAILING LIST*

To Unsubscribe visit the mailing list website at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ponies





*I WANT A FRIEND TO JOIN THIS LIST, BUT HOW?*

Tell the person to goto the website at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ponies and

fill out the form to join the list.




*RULES*

To keep the list running in a friendly manner, please follow these guidelines which are fairly standard for all mailing lists:



- Do Not advertise equipment that is NOT related to Ponies on this list. See below for more information on advertising rules.

- If sending pictures to the mailing list, try to keep them at a reasonable size so they do not take to long to send and for people to receive.



*CAN I ADVERTISE ON THIS LIST?*

Advertising of ponies on this list is allowed.


Group Information

  • 765
  • Horses
  • May 24, 1998
  • English

Group Settings

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

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