ListServs are a convenient way to find out the latest information about a topic. If there are new developments, announcements or publications, listserv subscribers will be the first to know, because the information comes directly to their email address. It's a good way for a committee to disseminate important news and information and to quickly reach their target audience.
At this time TC 1.9 does not have any lists available. ASHRAE has several ListServs, which you can access through the link below. Subscribe to one or more of the ListServs to be informed automatically when news, activities and information related to the applicable subject are available.
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> Do not challenge or attack others. The discussions on the Lists are meant to stimulate conversation not to
> Do not post commercial messages. Contact individuals directly with products and services that you believe
would help them.
> Use caution when discussing products or services. Information posted on the Lists is available for all to see,
and comments are subject to libel, slander, and antitrust laws.
> All defamatory, abusive, profane, threatening, offensive, or illegal materials are strictly prohibited.
> Remember that ASHRAE and other e-mail List participants have the right to reproduce postings to the Lists.
> Do not send the same message to multiple Lists. You may send your message to only the most appropriate
You agree to abide by the following etiquette when using the Lists:
> Include a signature tag on all messages. Include your name, affiliation, location, and e-mail address.
> State the topic of the comments in the subject line. This allows members to respond more appropriately to
> Include only the relevant portions of the original message in your reply, delete any header information, and
put your response before the original posting.
> Only send a message to the entire List when it contains information that everyone can benefit from.
> Do not send administrative messages, such as remove me from the List, through the List.
> Warn others List subscribers of lengthy messages either in the subject line or at the beginning of the
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