Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 11:42:13 -0500
From: Steve Harper sharper[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]FOTO.INFI.NET
Subject: Re: ADS-L Digest - 25 Jan 1998 to 26 Jan 1998
Gee, what a nice reply. Is Greg always so warm and accomodating?
At 11:09 1/28/98 -0500, you wrote:
At 09:29 AM 1/27/98 -0500, you wrote:
Okay, here's a semantic question: How does one post a question to the
list without it being rejected as not being a question for the list? I
have tried multiple times to unsubscribe (without luck for some
unknown reason). I have tried to ask the list to help me, but my posts
are rejected. I even randomly picked a list member to write to
personally for help. But here I am, still on the list. I hope some
human eyes read this message and take me off the list. Thanks.
Here's an answer. You get off the list by doing the exact same thing you did
to get on the list, only with a slightly different command. Did you save
your welcome-to message? Subscription and unsubbing info, and even a
clickable unsub email, are also given on the ADS website, which you can find
through and web search-engine. The exact page is:
Members of email lists cannot unsubscribe each other. If they could, imagine
what would sometimes ensue happen when they disagreed with each other in any
intense way. Think about *that*, if you will!!!
Maybe you should post your address, and someone who lives nearby can come
over and type the two- or three-word command into your keyboard for you!
Greg Downing/NYU, at greg.downing[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]nyu.edu or downingg[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]is2.nyu.edu