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An '''electronic mailing list''' (sometimes written as '''elist''' or '''e-list''') is a special usage of [[Wikipedia:e-mail|''e-mail'']] that allows for widespread distribution of information to many [[Internet]] users.  It is similar to a traditional [[Wikipedia:Mailing list|''mailing list'']]—a list of names and addresses—as might be kept by an organization for sending publications to its members or customers, but typically refers to four things: a list of e-mail addresses, the people ("subscribers") receiving mail at those addresses, the publications (e-mail messages) sent to those addresses, and a reflector, which is a single e-mail address that, when designated as the recipient of a message, will send a copy of that message to all of the subscribers.
An '''electronic mailing list''' (sometimes written as '''elist''' or '''e-list''') is a special usage of [[Wikipedia:e-mail|''e-mail'']] that allows for widespread distribution of information to many [[Internet]] users.  It is similar to a traditional [[Wikipedia:Mailing list|''mailing list'']]—a list of names and addresses—as might be kept by an organization for sending publications to its members or customers, but typically refers to four things: a list of e-mail addresses, the people ("subscribers") receiving mail at those addresses, the publications (e-mail messages) sent to those addresses, and a reflector, which is a single e-mail address that, when designated as the recipient of a message, will send a copy of that message to all of the subscribers.
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An electronic mailing list (sometimes written as elist or e-list) is a special usage of e-mail that allows for widespread distribution of information to many Internet users. It is similar to a traditional mailing list—a list of names and addresses—as might be kept by an organization for sending publications to its members or customers, but typically refers to four things: a list of e-mail addresses, the people ("subscribers") receiving mail at those addresses, the publications (e-mail messages) sent to those addresses, and a reflector, which is a single e-mail address that, when designated as the recipient of a message, will send a copy of that message to all of the subscribers.

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