The DPTJC (DuPage
Peace Through Justice Coalition) Mail List
How can I join the DuPage Peace Through Justice Coalition mail list?
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dptjc/ and follow the instructions or
Just send an e-mail message to
with a "Subject:" line that contains the single word: subscribe.
The contents of the body of the message are ignored. This message
will be processed on the server and your e-mail address (taken from the
"From:" line of the message) will be added to the Coalition mail list.
When you receive a confirmation, you may begin to use the list by sending
In the event of an address change, it is wisest to first send an unsubscribe
for the old address (this can be done from the new address), and then a
new subscribe for the new address (the order is important).
How do I send an e-mail message to everyone on the Coalition mail list?
Address your message to: email@example.com.
Add that entry to your address book.
How can I remove my Name from the Coalition mail list?
When you want to remove your name from the mail list (because your e-mail
address has changed or you no longer wish to receive Coalition mailings),
send an e-mail message to
with a "Subject:" line that contains the single word: unsubscribe.
Because your e-mail address is taken from the message, you must
send the unsubscribe message from the same system from which you sent the
What restrictions are there on the use of the Coalition mail list?
Users agree not to upload, post, email, or otherwise transmit through the PeaceDuPage list server:
Users acknowledge and agree that the list owner may ban User from future use of the list server if User does not comply with these standards of conduct.
any unlawful, harassing, libelous, privacy invading, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene, indecent, tortuous, or otherwise objectionable material of any kind;
any material that violates any applicable local, state, national, or international law or regulation; or
unsolicited or unauthorized advertisements, promotional materials, "junk mail," "spam," "chain letters," or other forms of solicitation.
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