Stop Fries !
Thu Nov 9 09:22:00 GMT 2000
On Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 07:05:06AM -0800, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>--- Corinna Vinschen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Fries wrote:
>> > Hi!
>> > Thank you for trying to unsubscribe me! I think that I never have been in
>> > the list. But this morning I?ve got more than 130 e-mails, because I?m the
>> > postmaster of our e-mail-server with the warning, that there is no correct
>> > e-mail-address!
>> > For the moment I don?t know what is the problem!
>> > Perhaps you can control your list again!
>> > Thanks!
>> It's probably a problem in your company. You are not subscribed to
>> this list so I assume that a collegue of you is subscribed, tried
>> to subscribe, was unable to unsubscribe (regardless of the hint in
>> the footer) or whatever.
>> There's nothing more we can do.
>Don't forget forwarding email addresses. Fries, you'll have to check the full
>list of headers and determine the path to you.
Right. There is a List-Unsubscribe: header which shows clearly how you are
getting the email.
Regardless, sending email to every message in the cygwin mailing list is not
a way to deal with your problem. And, it is YOUR problem not a problem with
the cygwin mailing list. We don't just send out email to random people around
the world. Someone had to subscribe you via some method.
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