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This is a mailing list for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in Austria including the German speaking lands annexed to Italy at the end of World War I. The mailing list
supplements the message boards. When researching, you should use both.
To subscribe in the normal mode, click here to send a message to
Type ONLY the word subscribe in the text area. Remove any trailing signature file. Subject line not required.
To subscribe in the digest mode (posts are batched together and then sent), click here to send a message to AUSTRIA-Demail@example.com.
To unsubscribe from the normal mode, click here to send a message to
Type ONLY the word unsubscribe in the text area. Remove any trailing signature file. Subject line not required.
To unsubscribe from the digest mode, click here to send a message to
To post a message to the Austria Mailing List, please click here.
Please see: "Hints and Guidelines for Posting" below.
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Make sure the Subject: line is meaningful.
A subject such as Family Research is not very meaningful.
Try to use a subject line that is specific, e.g.:
Researching HINTERMEIER from Untersdorf, Styria
If you are a Digest subscriber, please remember to edit the subject line if you use [Reply] to send an answer.
A subject line such as
Subject: [AUSTRIA-L] Re: AUSTRIA-D Digest V00 #52
is totally meaningless !
No off-topic postings please
Austria-L is for genealogy in Austria -- and hundreds of subscribers want it to stay that way. No off topic postings about virus scares, current events, etc.
Always be courteous and polite.
Do not send personal, copyrighted or confidential data via the mailing list.
English or German ?
The majority of postings are in English -- but there are bound to be some researchers in Austria that prefer to use their native German language.
Postings may be made in either language. If you don't understand a posting you can try to translate it (or selected words) with a facility such as: http:/translate.google.com/
Use CAPS for surnames
Please try to use CAPS for all surnames.
Make use of the archives
All postings are automatically archived.
If you ever miss some messages, you can look them up in the Archive.
If you want to find a past posting, use the search facility
Please always try to do your homework before posting a query.
If you have problems that you cannot resolve in spite of these guidelines, please contact the listowner directly.
See also excellent summary of other Austria mailing lists by John Fuller: