RE: ntdev digest: October 16, 2011

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The best thing to do is just to flood the list with “Don’t send me messages any more” posts the way one poster did some time ago - he made dozens of such posts. Sorry, but you remind me of this guy…

Anton Bassov

Dude, seriously? Posting an email to the list (with the subject being the digest name and date, no less) is THE BEST WAY you could think of to get yourself removed from the list?

SERIOUSLY?

Not sending an email to the address listed in the removal instructions, as provided in the last two lines of every single journal you’ve received to date?

Not checking the FAQ for the list and sending an email to the address given under “To Whom Do I Send Email If I Have a Problem Or Don’t Know What To Do?”??

Not just GUESSING that the list MIGHT accept listserv/majordomo commands and sending a “remove” request?

Not asking Siri? (OK, Siri doesn’t know… I don’t THINK)

Not asking one of your colleagues who is also a list member (there are numerous people who are subscribers who have the same domain as you)?

But, POSTING to the list.

Well, OK then. I’ve removed you. It’s just all part of the service.

Peter
OSR

As they say: Life is tough when you’re STUPID!

xxxxx@osr.com wrote:

From: xxxxx@osr.com
To: “Windows System Software Devs Interest List”
Subject: RE:[ntdev] RE: ntdev digest: October 16, 2011
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 10:15:32 -0400 (EDT)

Dude, seriously? Posting an email to the list (with the subject being the digest name and date, no less) is THE BEST WAY you could think of to get yourself removed from the list?

SERIOUSLY?

Not sending an email to the address listed in the removal instructions, as provided in the last two lines of every single journal you’ve received to date?

Not checking the FAQ for the list and sending an email to the address given under “To Whom Do I Send Email If I Have a Problem Or Don’t Know What To Do?”??

Not just GUESSING that the list MIGHT accept listserv/majordomo commands and sending a “remove” request?

Not asking Siri? (OK, Siri doesn’t know… I don’t THINK)

Not asking one of your colleagues who is also a list member (there are numerous people who are subscribers who have the same domain as you)?

But, POSTING to the list.

Well, OK then. I’ve removed you. It’s just all part of the service.

Peter
OSR


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