Forw: Your request to sign off the TECHWR-L list

Subject: Forw: Your request to sign off the TECHWR-L list
From: Gendreau Simon <Simon -dot- Gendreau -at- PWC -dot- UTC -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 1995 10:53:48 -0500

Read the following message that i received.

Note ; I even tried "REVIEW", and i received a message that tells me
that the system does not recognize me?????????????????

Plesae somebody help me or unsuscribe me with my autorisation


Thanks


---- Forwarded message follows-----

> From owner-TECHWR-L -at- VM1 -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU Wed Jan 11 21:12:50 1995
> Received: from chessie.PWC.COM by saugus.PWC.COM (AIX 3.2/UCB 5.64/4.03)
> id AA29416; Wed, 11 Jan 1995 21:12:49 -0500
> Received: from xmail (xmail.PWC.COM) by chessie.PWC.COM with ESMTP
> (1.37.109.10G/16.2) id AA070336767; Wed, 11 Jan 1995 21:12:47 -0500
> Received: from utrcgw.utc.com by xmail (PMDF V4.3-13 #5613)
> id <01HLQFYWY4YO0022B7 -at- xmail>; Wed, 11 Jan 1995 21:08:48 -0400 (EDT)
> Received: from VM1.ucc.okstate.edu by utrcgw.utc.com (PMDF #2906 )
> id <01HLQFX7FIVK002J56 -at- utrcgw -dot- utc -dot- com>; Wed, 11 Jan 1995 21:07:26 EST
> Received: from OSUVM1.BITNET by VM1.ucc.okstate.edu (IBM VM SMTP V2R2)
> with BSMTP id 2866; Wed, 11 Jan 95 20:09:22 CST
> Received: from VM1.UCC.OKSTATE.EDU by OSUVM1.BITNET (Mailer R2.08 R208004)
> with BSMTP id 2368; Wed, 11 Jan 95 14:44:16 CST
> Date: Wed, 11 Jan 1995 14:44:16 -0600
> From: BITNET list server at OSUVM1 <LISTSERV -at- VM1 -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU> (1.8a)
> Subject: Your request to sign off the TECHWR-L list
> To: Simon.Gendreau
> Reply-To: TECHWR-L-Request -at- VM1 -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Message-Id: <01HLQFX7LYCY002J56 -at- utrcgw -dot- utc -dot- com>
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT
> X-Lsv-Listid: TECHWR-L


> Wed, 11 Jan 1995 14:44:10

> No entry for your Simon -dot- Gendreau -at- PWC -dot- UTC -dot- COM address could be found in
the
> TECHWR-L list at VM1.UCC.OKSTATE.EDU. Here are a number of possible reasons
why
> you might still be getting mail from the list:

> 1. You could be subscribed under a different, but equivalent address.
For
> instance, if your e-mail address as it appears in the 'From:' line of
messages
> coming from you has the misfortune of depending on the distance between
your
> workstation and the terminal room door, you were probably subscribed from
a
> different address and, while your mail system knows that the two addresses
are
> equivalent, LISTSERV has no way to know that. In this case the only thing
you
> can do, beyond contacting the list owner, is to send a "REVIEW
TECHWR-L"
> command to find out under what address you are subscribed, and try to
duplicate
> it with the help of your user support people.

> 2. If you are a BITNET user, you might be subscribed under your
Internet
> address and sending this command via BITNET, or vice versa. Most BITNET
sites
> have registered their Internet addresses in the BITNET nodes database,
BITEARN
> NODES (the "tag" containing this information is called ':internet' - if you
do
> not understand any of this, just bring a copy of this message to your
user
> support people). Unfortunately, some sites have still not done that, and
in
> such cases LISTSERV has no way to determine that, for instance, BITNET
node
> XYZCOL1 is the same as Internet host VM3.XYZ.EDU. If you suspect this might
be
> your problem, try resending your request via both interactive message
(SEND
> under VMS, TELL under VM) and e-mail.

> 3. You might be subscribed under an equivalent yet different address -
for
> instance, one with explicit gatewaying, or an X.400 address with
different
> ordering of the various components, etc. You could send a "REVIEW
TECHWR-L"
> command and inspect the list membership to find out whether this is the
case,
> and ask the list owners to remove that address from the list.

> 4. You could be subscribed to the list under another account, from which
mail
> is being automatically forwarded to your Simon -dot- Gendreau -at- PWC -dot- UTC -dot- COM account.
In
> that case you should be able to leave the list by resending the signoff
request
> from the account in question.

> 5. You could be subscribed to the list indirectly, via a "redistribution"
list.
> That is, one of the subscribers to the LISTSERV list is in fact a mailing
list,
> to which you are yourself subscribed (note that this "sub-list" is
not
> necessarily managed by LISTSERV and, in fact, such lists are often
manually
> maintained, in which case the only way to leave the list is to contact
the
> person who maintains it). Since you are not directly subscribed to
TECHWR-L,
> the only way for you to stop getting the postings is to contact
the
> administrator of this sub-list and ask him to sign you off.

> You should be able to contact the list owners by simply replying to
this
> message (if you do not know how to reply to a message in your mailbox, you
can
> send a new message to 'TECHWR-L-request -at- VM1 -dot- UCC -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU' instead).


Previous by Author: Re: Using Notes in User Manuals
Next by Author: Re: The Covert Interview
Previous by Thread: Articles with H words
Next by Thread: Word versus FrameMaker


What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads


Sponsored Ads