Printing next few lines by awk following a pattern match.
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Printing next few lines by awk following a pattern match.
> From: email@example.com
> Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2011 08:37:23 +0000
> General info
> Subscription/unsubscription/info requests should always be sent to
> the -request address of a mailing list.
> If a mailing list is called for example "firstname.lastname@example.org", then
> the -request address can be inferred from this to be:
> To subscribe to a mailing list, simply send a message with the word "subscribe"
> in the Subject: field to the -request address of that list.
> To unsubscribe from a mailing list, simply send a message with the word (you
> guessed it :-) "unsubscribe" in the Subject: field to the -request address of
> that list.
> In the event of an address change, it would probably be the wisest to first
> send an unsubscribe for the old address (this can be done from the new
> address), and then a new subscribe to the new address (the order is important).
> Most (un)subscription requests are processed automatically without human
> Do not send multiple (un)subscription or info requests in one mail.
> Only one will be processed per mail.
> NOTE: The -request server usually does quite a good job in discriminating
> between (un)subscribe requests and messages intended for the maintainer.
> If you'd like to make sure a human reads your message, make it look
> like a reply (i.e. the first word in the Subject: field should be "Re:",
> without the quotes of course); the -request server does not react to
> The archive server
> Every submission sent to this list is archived. The size of the archive
> depends on the limits set by the list maintainer (it is very well possible
> that only, say, the last two mails sent to the list are still archived, the
> rest might have expired).
> You can look at the header of every mail coming from this list to see
> under what name it has been archived. The X-Mailing-List: field contains
> the mailaddress of the list and the file in which this submission was
> If you want to access this archive, you have to send mails to the -request
> address with the word "archive" as the first word of your Subject:.
> To get you started try sending a mail to the -request address with
> the following:
> Subject: archive help
> The listmaster
> To reach a human being answering your mail you may contact the address
> email@example.com. We will process your request as soon as
> we can.
> Mail sent to this address is pre-parsed, a little mail robot will
> automatically answer all mails sent with the following Subject lines:
> help sends this help
> lists sends information on how to get a list of mailing lists