[ADMIN] Reminders from list owners

Robert Galambos

[ADMIN] Reminders from list owners
Subject: [DB2-L] [ADMIN] Reminders from list owners
Hello DB2-L Subscribers,
This posting is something we (the list owners) are sending out about every couple of months. The purpose is to highlight information about DB2-L and also remind subscribers about certain information. Some information will be repeated to benefit new subscribers. We hope you will find the information useful, and save it for future reference. If you have feedback or suggestions, please contact us (the list owners) at [login to unmask email]
Topics:
1) Reminder - The Code Place
2) Reminder - Set NOMAIL when you are out
3) Reminder - Location of FAQ
4) Reminder - DB2-L Archives
5) Reminder - Email signatures.
6) Reminder - Subject Line
1) Reminder - The Code Place:
The 'code place' can be found here:
http://www.idug.org/user/userlogin.asp - you will need to become an IDUG Insider. The 'code place' is where you can find snips of code, SQL examples and other helpful hints that others have contributed and you can contribute some of your own.
2) Reminder - Set NOMAIL when you are out:
Please, as a courtesy to others, remember to set your subscription to NOMAIL or sign off from DB2-L when you will be out of the office (see the FAQ). The list owners reserve the right to set your subscription to NOMAIL if your out of offices replies are getting returned to subscribers.
3) Reminder - Location of FAQ:
The DB2-L FAQ can be found here: http://www.idugdb2-l.org.
The DB2-L archives can be found here:
http://www.idugdb2-l.org/archives/db2-l.html.
4) Reminder - DB2-L Archives:
If you have trouble viewing the current archives, click on 'Search the Archives', then click on 'List Archives' again to view the most current archives.
5) Reminder - Email signatures:
Your phone, fax numbers and addresses in email signatures can be collected by some companies for advertisement and sales promotion.
Please consider that while attaching signatures to your emails.
6) Reminder - Subject Line:
We suggest you to use an indicator such as LUW, z/OS, BI, etc. in your subject line for clarity and ease of use.
[MVS] all DB2 on z/OS post
[LUW] all distributed DB2 post
[BOTH] x-platform post
[FLUFF] for anything not related to DB2.. ie: jokes [ADMIN] messages from the list administrators [JOB POSTING] as the first string in the subject line for any job posting.
[AD] for any kind of product advertisement, seminar announcement, etc...

Regards,
Cuneyt Goksu, DB2-L Admin
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