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Subject:RE: spam and who you formerly were From:<Brian -dot- Henderson -at- mitchell1 -dot- com> To:<techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Thu, 1 Mar 2012 13:43:01 -0800
Clearly, the argument should be: If an Unsubscribe link in your outgoing email is the only remedy you're offering, it's no remedy at all. There also needs to be some way for recipients track down a method of solving what they might perceive as a spam problem. Tell them your messages are not really spam, AND let them unsubscribe anyway if they still want to.
-----Original Message----- From: McLauchlan, Kevin
Are you really arguing that people should click âunsubscribeâ links in spam? :->
From: Steve Schwarzman [mailto:steve -at- writersbookmall -dot- com]
Kevin, are you really arguing that your company should not include an Unsubscribe link in your emails because spammers include links in their emails?
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