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If you want to announce a new paper to the whole list, the best way to do it is through the submission web page. This makes up a nice neat message for you to send the list, and makes up a nice chunk of html code that the archive managers can use to update the Interior-Point Methods Online Archive conveniently.
The technical report number should also appear on the first page of the paper itself.
As mentioned above, the easiest way to ensure that you have not missed anything is to use the contribution form.
We will set up the paper on our anonymous ftp area at Argonne, and tell you how to retrieve it. You can then announce the paper to the entire list in the usual way, incorporating the information we sent you on how to retrieve the paper.