CU-SeeMe Mailing Lists
CU-SeeMe Mailing Lists
There are several email lists that discuss aspects of CU-SeeMe and related subjects.
In following the instructions given for subscribing to these lists, please note:
Whenever you see the tokens “firstname” and “lastname” you are expected to replace them with your first and last name, respectively.
To be processed, your “subscribe” request must appear in the body of the email message, not the subject line.
You’ll receive an acknowledgement email message from the list server. Please save this message.
It has information you’ll need to refer to in order to send mail to the people who read the list, to the list server (for a variety of reasons, including unsubscribing), etc.
The lists include:
The Cornell University CU-SeeMe development team maintains an email list devoted to announcing significant advances in the technology, new releases of the software, and the like.
This list has very light traffic.
To subscribe to Cornell University’s CU-SeeMe Announcement List, send e-mail to
that says “subscribe CU-SeeMe-Announce-L firstname lastname”.
The Cornell University CU-SeeMe development team maintains an email list devoted to on-going technical discussion about the software, reflectors, trouble-shooting installation, on-going use, related software and hardware, and events that involve CU-SeeMe (although event information is migrating to the Events List, below).
This list has very heavy traffic.
It’s a superset of Cornell University’s CU-SeeMe Announcement List, so you don’t need to subscribe to both.
To subscribe to Cornell University’s CU-SeeMe Discussion List, send e-mail to
that says “subscribe CU-SeeMe-L firstname lastname”.
Maven is a desktop audio-conferencing tool, often used in conjunction with CU-SeeMe. To subscribe to the Maven Discussion List, send e-mail to
that says “subscribe maven firstname lastname”.
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