There are two active email lists for the discussion of the British 1980s TV series 'Robin of Sherwood'.
Their details are as follows:
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The file "contents" in the ros list archive contains a list of all the files in the ros list archive together with a short, one-line description of the contents of each file. To obtain this file, send a message to
with "get ros contents" (without the quotes) in the body and it will be send to you by E-mail.
The monthly archives are named "ros.YYMM", e.g. "ros.9510" is the archive for October 1995. But beware, they can be quite large: most are more than 0.5 Mb, some are over 1 Mb!
To retrieve a specfic file from the ros list archive, send a message to:
get ros <filename>
in the message body (for <filename> fill in the name of a file in the RoS mailing list archive, mind the capitials and underscores: Majordomo is case-sensitive) and the file in question will be send to you by E-mail. The Subject field is ignored, so fill in anything you like or leave it blank.
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get ros A_Bad_Day_in_Sherwood
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Digests can be handy to retrieve if for some reason you missed a few postings to the regular list, e.g. because your mail box was full or because your mail server was having trouble, or if you unsubscribed for a short period.
The digests are named "vdd.nxxx", where 'dd' is the two-digit volume number and 'xxx' is the three digit digest number, e.g. "v02.n003" is digest volume 2, number 003.
To retrieve a digest, send a message to:
get ros-digest vdd.nxxx
in the message
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