Mailing Lists

AEGEE has a great number of mailing lists which are used to communicate within teams, to spread information to different groups, or to discuss certain topics among members. In this page, you will find more information on how to use these mailing lists, from how to subscribe to how to change password of subscriber.

AEGEE Listserv

AEGEE List Server is running LISTSERV, a software donated to AEGEE by the company L-Soft; the service is based on the server hosted in Karlsruhe and managed by the AEGEE Mail Team.

Address to remember

At this address you will find the list of all mailing lists, and also it is the place where you can change your settings, and also subscribe or unsubscribe from lists.


Don’t worry there is no problem.


When you go to https://lists.aegee.orgdon’t worry about the warning message that the browser shows you. To know more see the note.




Type of Subscription

You can be subscribed to mailing lists in two ways

  1. By yourself, via the site – the first time you have to define your  login (your email) and a password
  2. By the listowner (manager of the list) – in this case you don’t have password initially.

Register / Getting Password

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Log In to AEGEE Listserv

In order to access your own settings on AEGEE Lists you need to have password, because to log in is necessary. If you do not know the password, either because you were subscribed to the list by the listowner, or  because you forgot it, there is an option to create/change the password.


To get password, click on get a new LISTSERV password or go to directly to

Get Password

Getting Password

Pass change

Change of password confirmation.

1. Fill in your email where you want receive email or the email where you receive emails from AEGEE Lists (in this case you’ve been subscribed tot he list by listowner)

2. Fill password which you want to use. The Listserv password is independent of the password for accessing your mailbox and is used solely for managing your lists’ subscriptions

3. You will get email with the subject Command confirmation request, and a link to confirm change of password. To confirm the execution of the change, you need to click on the link.




Subscription/ Un-Subscription to the Mailing List

List Navigation

AEGEE Listserv Navigation

On above picture you can see navigation menu for subscribers (listowners have additional items there).

Subscribers Corner

At this page you will see all the mailing list you are subscribed to

Email lists

List of all public AEGEE mailing list to which you can subscribe.

How to subscribe / un-subscribe

Go to the page of the list (by clicking on it on the list) and then click on Subscribe or Unsubscribe on the side menu.



Press the Subscribe Button

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 Subscription Type

  • Regular – you recive email when is posted
  • Digest – you receive summary of the emails send to the list periodically (it can be daily or weekly).



With the unsubscribe option, you can change the settings of delivery or unsubscribe from the list. You access this menu by clicking the Unsubscribe button



Main AEGEE Mailing Lists

AEGEE-EVENT-L –  List for announcements of events

AEGEENEWS-L – List for AEGEE Newsletter

ANNOUNCE-L – News for AEGEE members

AEGEE-L –  Main discussion list for AEGEE

Subscribers of AEGEE-L get all emails from ANNOUNCE-L

BOARDINF-L – Information List for AEGEE Boards

Other Features

There are other features you can access from the lists page, the most relevant for members is to access the archives of the mailing lists you belong to. For this reason, we encourage to use the mailing lists of AEGEE instead of external services.

Mail Team

In case you have problem with mailing lists or have questions to the mail domain please contact AEGEE Mail Team at mail(at)

Note to certificates

In order to secure the communication between you and the lists webserver, a self-signed certificate was created, which certificate is initially not trusted by your browser. In turn your browser warns you, that the certificate issuer is not trusted and you have have to tell your browser manually, that you trust the certificate. You can verify the identity of the certificate, using its fingerprints:

SHA1: 79:AE:B3:0F:B7:9F:53:4A:46:8E:03:2A:42:06:37:66:A3:CE:62:7B
MD5: BB:45:63:C5:61:FE:93:36:A4:88:C3:11:82:16:33:B6