Members of ATLA's 18 practice sections also receive other benefits, including newsletters, list servers, and document-sharing with colleagues.
What does LISTSERV stand for?
LISTSERV stands for List Server (bulk e-mail protocol)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Land Information System Tasmania (Australia)
- Layered Instructional Systems for Training
- Library and Information Services Training
- Lock Industry Standards and Training
- Logistics Intra-theater Support Tool
- Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association
- Library Information Science Technology Abstracts
- Library Integrated System for Telematics-based Education
- Local Initiative Support Training and Education Network, Inc.
- Locator and Information Tracking System
- Lernen im Sozialen Umfeld (German: Learning in the Social Environment; federal program; Germany)
- Library and Information Statistics Unit
- Life Support Counseling Association (Japan)
- Long Island Systems Users Group (Syosset, NY)
- Landelijk Instituut Sociale Verzekeringen
- Long Island State Veterans Home (New York)
- Licensed Independent Social Worker
- Light-Induced Self-Written (optics)
- Liturgical Institute of the Southwest
- Library and Information Service of Western Australia
Samples in periodicals archive:
Version 10 includes mail archiving to SQL Server and functions as a list server so that companies can maintain and distribute company news.
Do not use a valid email address when posting to news groups' list servers, chat rooms or bulletin boards.
The Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation has created a professional list server for physicians treating adolescents and children with bipolar disorder.
One person receiving an e-mail from a list server can turn around and forward that e-mail to friends, neighbors, and other area pro-lifers in a matter of seconds.
You can host an e-mail list on your own using any of several software programs known as list servers (also called list serves; one of the brand-name programs is LISTSERV[R]), which automate the job of distributing the mail in each subscriber's preferred format.
Other enhancements include support for server-side messaging rules to simplify the handling of e-mail messages regardless of the client that is used and a list server capable of accommodating millions of subscribers.
You subscribe to a mailing list by sending a "subscribe" e-mail message to a special server called a list server or majordomo.