ASSIST-L is an electronic mailing list that provides a forum for
users throughout the state to discuss ASSIST-related issues and
receive information about ASSIST activities.
To receive messages from ASSIST-L, you must first subscribe to the list. (You will find instructions for subscribing and unsubscribing below this introduction.)
When someone sends a message using ASSIST-L, the message is sent to all subscribers. If you want to send a personal message to one of the ASSIST-L subscribers, do not send the message through ASSIST-L since all subscribers will receive the message. Also, if you want to reply only to the one person who created a message, rather than all subscribers, do not use your e-mail software's Reply option to respond to the message. If the original message was sent to all subscribers through ASSIST-L, the reply is also sent to all subscribers through ASSIST-L.
ASSIST-L is the primary method used by the ASSIST Coordination Site for communicating with campuses about ASSIST activities. Each campus should make sure that the ASSIST manager, data contact, and technical support staff have subscribed to ASSIST-L.
To subscribe to ASSIST-L, go to ASSIST-L Information and enter your e-mail address and a password where requested under the heading "Subscribing to ASSIST-L."
To unsubscribe from ASSIST-L, go to the link ASSIST-L Information, enter your e-mail address in the box next to the Edit Options button at the bottom of the page, and click Edit Options. Enter your password in the entry box under the heading "Unsubscribing from ASSIST-L" and click Unsubscribe.
The ASSIST-L Configuration page is where you unsubscribe to ASSIST-L, request that your forgotten password be sent to you, or change your password. Several options can also be set on this page, including disable mail delivery, receive messages in digest form, and other user preferences. To access these options, go to ASSIST-L Information, enter your e-mail address in the box next to the Edit Options button at the bottom of the page, and click Edit Options.