ANZAGL is a closed list and applications to join are not automatically accepted unless the applicant is an Australian or New Zealander. We will accept non Australian or New Zealand members if the people applying have a special reason for wishing to join. These reasons could include being a past leader in either NZ or Australia; completing an award such as the Commonwealth Award which includes specialised info on either Australia or NZ; or a forthcoming visit "Down Under" where guiding contacts would be helpful. There are many other possibilities - all are considered on a case by case basis.
We do not accept any subscription applications from hotmail.com addresses.
The ANZAGL list is kindly hosted by Steve of SKL.COM.
You might also enjoy reading the wonderful ANZAGLzine (indirectly related to the list) - a webzine for guiding people in Australasia - but with many great ideas and articles for people in other parts of the world.
For example, if Jenny Morris wanted to join this list to discuss aspects of guiding in Australasia, Jenny would send a message to:
Jenny's message would consist of one line only:
subscribe anzagl Jenny Morris
No subject line is required. After receiving a message from ListServ confirming that she is subscribed, Jenny can sit back and enjoy the small but steady influx of mail each day, discussing topics like behaviour problems, elephant jokes, camp ideas, uniform, guides own, and that ever popular topic, the weather. :) Or Jenny might send an e-mail introducing herself and requesting ideas for a theme evening at her guide unit.
If sending mail to the list like this, Jenny would send it to:
That will ensure that all other members of the e-mail list receive her note and can answer it. They might reply through the list address above if it is of general interest or privately to Jenny using her own e-mail address if they think it is more personal.
with the message:
After your request is processed, you will stop receiving mail messages from the list.
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