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===Knowledge needs to be shared===
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==Knowledge needs to be shared==
  
 
A Win-Test mailing list does exist for mutual assistance between Win-Test users. It is a public list.
 
A Win-Test mailing list does exist for mutual assistance between Win-Test users. It is a public list.
  
===Subscribing to the Mailing list===
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==Subscribing to the mailing list==
You can easily subscribe to this list by sending a mail to [[mailto:support-request@win-test.com]] while indicating "subscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.
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You can easily subscribe to this list by sending a mail to [mailto:support-request@win-test.com support-request@win-test.com] while indicating "subscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.
  
Note: You must be a subscriber to this list before sending a post. If not, your message will be rejected. Nevertheless, you can freely browse the archives (see below) without subscribing.
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You must be a subscriber to this list before sending a post. If not, your message will be rejected. Nevertheless, you can freely browse the archives (see below) without subscribing.
  
===Unsubscribing to the Mailing list===
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To post to the mailing list you must use '''[mailto:support@win-test.com support@win-test.com]'''
You can easily unsubscribe from this list by sending a mail to [[mailto:support-request@win-test.com]] while indicating "unsubscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.
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===Searching and Browsing the Archive===
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==Unsubscribing to the mailing list==
Before subscribing, we advise you to have a look in the [[http://www.f5mzn.org/pipermail/support/|public archives of the list]] in order to see whether your problem has not already been mentioned and solved by other users.  
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You can easily unsubscribe from this list by sending a mail to [mailto:support-request@win-test.com support-request@win-test.com] while indicating "unsubscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.
  
You can also [[http://www.google.com/search?num=20&hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=site%3Awww.f5mzn.org+wt-support&btnG=Search| search this archive]], as it is indexed by Google. For example, to search for '''<tt>QTCs</tt>''' you'd use the following keywords in Google's search box:
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==Searching and browsing the archive==
site:www.f5mzn.org wt-support QTCs
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Before sending a post, we advise you to have a look in the [http://lists.f5mzn.org/pipermail/support/ public archives of the list] in order to see whether your problem has already been mentioned, and possibly solved, by other users.
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You can also [http://www.google.com/search?num=20&hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=site%3Alists.f5mzn.org+wt-support&btnG=Search| search this archive], as it is indexed by Google. For example, to search for '''<tt>QTCs</tt>''' you'd use the following keywords in Google's search box:
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[[Image:WTGoogleSearch.png|center|frame|How to search the Win-Test Mailing List Archive]]

Latest revision as of 00:07, 10 December 2016

Knowledge needs to be shared

A Win-Test mailing list does exist for mutual assistance between Win-Test users. It is a public list.

Subscribing to the mailing list

You can easily subscribe to this list by sending a mail to support-request@win-test.com while indicating "subscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.

You must be a subscriber to this list before sending a post. If not, your message will be rejected. Nevertheless, you can freely browse the archives (see below) without subscribing.

To post to the mailing list you must use support@win-test.com

Unsubscribing to the mailing list

You can easily unsubscribe from this list by sending a mail to support-request@win-test.com while indicating "unsubscribe" (without the quotation marks) in the subject.

Searching and browsing the archive

Before sending a post, we advise you to have a look in the public archives of the list in order to see whether your problem has already been mentioned, and possibly solved, by other users.

You can also search this archive, as it is indexed by Google. For example, to search for QTCs you'd use the following keywords in Google's search box:

How to search the Win-Test Mailing List Archive