Re: How to unsubscrube ?
I really wnat off this list for now. Have followed the instructions given
below THREE times. I am still recieving the mail. So, now what do I do.
It has been 5 days since my last request. Can you help me??
> From: John I. Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: How to unsubscrube ?
> Date: Monday, May 18, 1998 12:53 PM
> Pat1632 wrote:
> > How do I unsubscribe? I am going to be gone shortly for two to three
> > and need to get off this list. Besides , I have missed some important
> > from someone that I needed from and missed it because my plate was
> > need an answer right away. Thank you .
> When you subscribed to the Iris-l you received back a welcome message
> subject of:
> SUBSCRIBE IRIS-L <your name>
> The welcome message has all sorts of nifty little instructions on
> how to use the reflector INCLUDING how to set it to digest and how to
> To send a command to the LISTSERV program (for example,
> if you want to be dropped from the list), send email to:
> In the body of your message, you must type a proper command
> for the program. A few common commands are listed here:
> SUBSCRIBE IRIS-L <yourname>
> adds your name and email address to this mailing list
> UNSUB IRIS-L
> drops you from the list (do not add your name; only these
> two words are needed)
> REVIEW IRIS-L
> gives you a list of everyone currently on the list
> SET IRIS-L MAIL DIGEST
> instructs the list processor to send you periodic digests
> of the list messages, rather than each one individually
> as it is posted
> SET IRIS-L MAIL ACK
> returns to normal (non-digest) mode
> gives you a list of other LISTSERV commands
> Maybe this is a little blunt, and I am sure I will get some flames back,
> take a little pity on Tom who (with lots of support form others) put all
> together and went to the trouble of generating the introduction message
> would have the knowledge to use the list. RTM
> If you discarded the message without reading it, you can find it under
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> | to indicate the edge of the known world.
> John Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org
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