Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 11:09:16 -0500 From: Gregory {Greg} Downing Subject: Re: ADS-L Digest - 25 Jan 1998 to 26 Jan 1998 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] or downingg[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]