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My digests have been delayed for some reason, so forgive me if this is old
In the 19Feb95 TECHWR-L Digest, Harv Millman wrote:
>Someone has left my company. We'd like to unsubscribe
>that person from this list. I reviewed the "welcome"
>file, but it doesn't cover this topic.
>How do I... ?
The unsubscribe command needs to come from the same email id as the subscribe
message did. This should work.
1. If you have already deleted her/his account from your system, PUT IT
2. Log on to your system using the dearly departed's userid and password.
3. Send the normal unsubscribe message (as described in the welcome
4. NOW delete the account.
>TIA -- Harv
email ==> katnagel -at- aol -dot- com
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