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RAW-FOOD  April 1998

RAW-FOOD April 1998

Subject:

Database searches and reteival of raw-food messages

From:

David Karas <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Sun, 12 Apr 1998 10:25:06 -0700

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I have changed the subject line above to make it more obvious on
searches. I don't use this search feature since it is so much easier
to use the web interface at

http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/archives/raw-food.html

I did the following tests.  All messages were sent to

[log in to unmask]

For SUBJECT I used the message line that I sent so that I could
identify which message listserv was responding to, but remember that
listserv only executes commands in the body of the message.

DO NOT put a signature file or anything else in the body of your
message to LISTSERV that is not a proper command.  If LISTSERV is
confused you will not get back what was expected.

All responses came back to me in a few minutes. If you don't receive
your response from listserv quickly, there usually has been a problem
in what you sent.  There are a few possible exceptions to the above.
At midnight (Eastern time) each night, maelstrom goes through a
special cycle to update the days activities. Also occasionally the
computer gets hung up and must be re-started.  This re-start occurs
when someone notices the problem.

I have capitalized all of my commands so that they stand out. Listserv
doesn't care. You can send the commands in upper case, lower case or a
MixTuRE.

I sent messages as follows

INFO RAW-FOOD
here is part of the response from listserv

[snip]
Archives are kept in monthly files.  You may obtain a list of files
in the archives by sending the command

     GET RAW-FOOD FILELIST

   in the BODY of e-mail to [log in to unmask]

   Archives of the postings can be found at:

     http://maelstrom.stjohns.edu/archives/raw-food.html
[snip]

next I sent the following command

SEARCH RAW-FOOD GLUTEN

I got back a 43kb file that listed every message that contained the
word gluten. I could have specified a date range in my search command
which would have limited the size of my response.

> search raw-food gluten
-> 93 matches.

Item #   Date   Time  Recs   Subject
------   ----   ----  ----   -------
000145 95/10/30 17:22   91   Nuts and seeds
000953 96/11/12 12:08   13   Yellowish Eyes?
001675 97/01/13 18:00   25   Raw Foods and Blood Sugar Challenges
001743 97/01/19 12:36   75   The raw zone <Was: newbie to this
forum                           with a few questions>
001747 97/01/19 18:15   66   Re: The raw zone <Was: newbie to this
forum                           with a few questions>
[snip]

To order a copy of these postings, send the following command:

GETPOST RAW-FOOD 145 953 1675 1743 1747 1776 1866 1956-1957 2308 2320
2344 2347 2358-2359 2365 2417 2423 2425-2426

[snip]

>>> Item #145 (30 Oct 1995 17:22) - Nuts and seeds
than necessary because in the bottom of the bowl you will find a white
cake of starch or gluten or a mix of both - this should not be
ingested
                  ^^^^^^
but rather thrown into the compost or maybe even made glue out of (I

>>> Item #953 (12 Nov 1996 12:08) - Yellowish Eyes?
primarily raw diet.  I've experimented with the non-raw portion of my
diet, including going totally grain and gluten free, but that has not
                                        ^^^^^^
solved the problem.  Since I don't drink alcohol, the only conclusion
I'm

>>> Item #1675 (13 Jan 1997 18:00) - Raw Foods and Blood Sugar Challenges

I'm going to try sprouting the low (no?) gluten grains (buckwheat,
amaranth,
                                         ^^^^^^
quinoa, millet) and see if that helps.

[snip]

I chose to just get one of the posts so I sent the following message

GETPOST RAW-FOOD 1675

this got me the entire message.

I also sent this message

GET RAW-FOOD FILELIST

this gave me a list of the raw-food files that could be sent by
listserv as e-mail, all of the monthly log files (logYYMM e.g.
log9703) and the WELCOME (automatically sent to new subscribers),
FAREWELL (automatically sent when a subscriber leaves the list) and
DBSEARCH (which explains how to do database searches).

I hope this is clear.  If anyone is still having problems or
questions. please e-mail me and I will try to solve it.

David Karas
listowner raw-food

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