A Listserv is a means of sending an e-mail to multiple people by using just 1 e-mail address, and having them all be able to reply to the entire list with just 1 reply. For Example, if you have a list call employees and have everybody who works in your department on it all you would need to do is send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and all of those people would get the e-mail, then whenever somebody replies to that e-mail, everybody in the list will get their response..
Applying for a list
To apply for a list, go to lists.uakron.edu and log in. After that click on Create List. This will bring you up to the list application page. Make sure you fill out every section. When you're done filling out the page, click on the Submit your creation request button.
Adding people to a list you manage
To add an e-mail address to your list, log in to your account and click on the blue admin button next to the name of the list you wish to edit. After that click on the Manage Subscribers tab near the middle of the page. After clicking on the tab, look near the middle of the page and you'll see a section that says Add a user. Type in the e-mail address that you'd like to add in that box. From here you have a few choices. If you just want to add the person, click add. If you would like them not to receive an e-mail telling them that they've been added, check the quiet box. If you would like to add multiple people, click on Multiple add.
Removing people from the list
To remove an e-mail address to your list, log in to your account and click on the blue admin button next to the name of the list you wish to edit. After that click on the Manage Subscribers tab near the middle of the page. From here, scroll to the bottom of the page, where you should see a list of all the addresses in the list. In order to remove somebody, just click the box next to the address and then click on the Delete selected email addresses. If you do not want the person to receive an e-mail about them being removed from the list click on the quiet button.