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RE: How to unsubscribe Re: Consistency and convenience



Here, deal w/ this pile of shit.

You have not been removed, I couldn't find your name on the list.

If this wasn't your intention or you are having problems getting yourself
unsubscribed, reply to this mail now (quoting it entirely (for diagnostic
purposes), and of course adding any comments you see fit).

Transcript of unsubscription request follows:
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>From Brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx  Mon Nov 19 17:28:53 2001
>Return-Path: <Brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Delivered-To: srfi-auto-subscribe-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Received: from dns2.seanet.com (dns2.seanet.com [199.181.164.2])
>       by rotkohl.informatik.uni-tuebingen.de (Postfix) with ESMTP id 38A75850
>       for <srfi-auto-subscribe-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>;


You have not been removed, I couldn't find your name on the list.

If this wasn't your intention or you are having problems getting yourself
unsubscribed, reply to this mail now (quoting it entirely (for diagnostic
purposes), and of course adding any comments you see fit).

Transcript of unsubscription request follows:
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>From Brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx  Mon Nov 19 17:28:29 2001
>Return-Path: <Brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Delivered-To: srfi-announce-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Received: from dns2.seanet.com (dns2.seanet.com [199.181.164.2])
>       by rotkohl.informatik.uni-tuebingen.de (Postfix) with ESMTP id 637F6850
>       for <srfi-announce-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Mon, 19 Nov 2001 17:28:28 +0100 (MET)

-----Original Message-----
From: jpiitula@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jpiitula@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 4:23 AM
To: srfi-25@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: How to unsubscribe Re: Consistency and convenience


Brian Denney writes:
[just the full copy of a long message, sixteen times]

Send mail to srfi-25-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with subject reading
unsubscribe.

Every message from the list contains this header line (I split it in
two lines; unsplit):
# List-Unsubscribe: <mailto:srfi-25-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?\
# subject=unsubscribe>

The short page <http://srfi.schemers.org/> shows a short list of
links, one of them clearly spelling
* SRFI Mailing Lists: Subscribing/Unsubscribing.

It points to <http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-list-subscribe.html>. Go
there to see how to remove yourself from srfi-auto-subscribe, in case
being on that is the reason you were put on srfi-25.

As a last resort, when all else fails, ask the editors at
srfi-editors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, politely.
--
Jussi