Unsubscribing difficulties

by Bushnaq, Ahmad » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 02:31:24 GMT


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 Has anyone tried the email method for unsubscribing and failed? I can't
really use the website to unsubscribe since I signed up via email and so
I don't have a login into the group. But every time I email to
unsubscribe it bounces back with 'unknown address', even though I use
the address at the bottom of each message.
 

Ahmad Bushnaq | System Engineer | Idearc Media LLC
T. 781-684-6773
  

 

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Unsubscribing difficulties

by Kent Loobey » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 04:35:44 GMT


 


I had that experience as well (with the developer group).  To unsubscribe I 
had to do it from the web site.


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