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Leaving the IGS Robin

Hello All,

A couple of List members have posted to the members address to asked to
taken off the List. The information is supplied at the time of joining the
List, but in some cases that is a long time ago. So for anyone else that
doesn't want to stay on the list any longer , the way to do it is:

To leave the IGS Robin List please send an e-mail to
with no subject entry
and with  SIGNOFF IGSROBIN  in the text area.
Then your details will be deleted. There will be a message sent out as from
me, but actually from the listserv software - it goes out automatically to
all people who leave the.

This any other information can be found on the IGSRobin Webpage at

Spring has, at last, arrived here in the Mountains, which means the sun
shows itself more often and the cold wind blows more gently. I still find
myself in the greenhouse for preferance though, well, that's where my
scenteds are!

David Barrett
IGS Robin List Manager

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