How to get White House publications...
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 94 23:50:38 PST
Subject: How to get White House publications...
[In case you haven't written to email@example.com lately, here is
the info you get in response to such mail at the moment... -psl]
Begin forwarded message:
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 1994 01:00:49 -0500
Subject: Re: Health Care
To: psl@PASCAL.ACM.ORG (Peter S. Langston)
Thank you for writing to President Clinton via electronic
mail. The President is committed to integrating this dynamic
medium into the White House.
Although the volume of mail prevents the President from
personally reviewing each message, the mail is read by White
House staff. Your concerns, ideas, and suggestions are carefully
recorded and communicated to the President weekly with a sampling
of the mail.
Our electronic communications project has been structured in
three phases. Phase One established the Internet address, so
that we could begin receiving electronic mail. Phase Two now
provides a means for interested parties to receive White House
publications. The goal of Phase Three, which we hope to achieve
soon, is to be able to respond electronically to incoming
Now that Phase Two of our project is complete, we are proud
to announce the Internet address for obtaining White House
documents and publications. The address is:
To receive instructions for obtaining documents, please send a
request to the above address. In the body of the message, type
"Send Info" (without quotes); no other text is necessary. The
instructions will be sent to you automatically. You will then be
able to search for and receive a list of documents by simply e-
mailing your request, as outlined in the instructions. Once you
have received your list and made your selection, our publications
server will mail the information you have requested within a
matter of minutes. We would like to hear your reactions to this
new offering. Send comments/suggestions to:
All of us at the White House are excited about the progress
that has been made with this historic project, and we look
forward to future developments. Your continued interest and
participation is very important to us.
Stephen K. Horn
Note: You will receive only one automated response per day.
© 1994 Peter Langston