How to unsubscribe from a dead email

Rob Park rbpark at ualberta.ca
Mon Sep 16 16:10:52 PDT 2002


Alas! Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee spake thus:
> On Mon, Sep 16, 2002 at 03:22:50PM -0600, Rob Park wrote:
> > Same way you would normally, but append your old email to the subscribe
> > command.
> 
> *sigh*

Is this not correct? Other lists work like this. My mistake, I suppose.

> > Or just wait for your old mailbox to fill up, start bouncing mails, and
> > get unsubscribed automatically.
> 
> No, No, No.  Rob, haven't I asked you to ignore questions like these
> before, considering this is more of an server admin issue then any kind
> of support request?

I don't recall so. 

> This is NOT the way to deal with it.  The proper method would be to
> e-mail me personally, or server-admin@ and ask for the old addy to be
> removed-we can do it manually, which only takes a few seconds.

But where's the fun in that? ;)

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