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EE Mailing Lists
The EE Department maintains several e-mail lists for the use of its students, staff, and faculty.
The primary list is email@example.com and it is the official means of notifying the EE community of events and announcements of general information.
You can subscribe and unsubscribe from email lists at the Website http://mailman.stanford.edu/.
Only the EE Department front office can send mail to this list and it is reserved for official announcements of interest to students, faculty, and staff.
A second list firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe or unsubscribe to the ee-student list in same manner as the ee list (replacing "ee" by "ee-students") and it is open to anyone with a Stanford email account in the sense that anyone on the list can mail messages to the list. This list is used for informal information such as meetings, student deadlines, qualifying exam study groups, as well as formal announcements.
All announcements sent to email@example.com are also forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org so you need not subscribe to both lists. It should not be used for announcements not related to the EE Department.
A third list, http://www.stanford.edu/~dattorro/eejobs.html, is specifically aimed for job announcements of interest to Stanford EE students.
If you would like to know more about the Mailman listservers, including commands to query the list, check out the website http://mailman.stanford.edu.
The office and phone information is used to create a directory for faculty and staff (as well as students). For all but first-quarter students, failure to enter this information into the Axess system will prevent a student from submitting their study list on-line (which will most likely result in late fee charges). To prevent this, students are strongly encouraged to open an E-Mail account and to enter the data as soon as possible.
The Academic Computing Support Consultants located on the second floor of Sweet Hall (725-2101) can assist you in getting an email account, answer technical computing questions, help with file transfers and recoveries, and diagnose problems with computer systems.