- Sep 1, 2008Wayne,
I find both Paul's posting and your expansion of it to be outside the
limits of acceptable behavior. I cannot control you, nor do I want
to. However, I do wish that you would learn to control yourselves.
--- In email@example.com, "Wayne" <outlawmws@...> wrote:
> Easier than that: there are not one but TWO places for unsubscribing
> to this group (That yes, you joined all by yourself with no other
> One: a long hand explanation at the bottom of the Email saying how
> to do it.
> Two: An UNSUBSCRIBE link that Yahell provides Free of charge!
> So even if you have HTML turned off, one of the methods will work
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Paul DeLisle"
> <ferretpd@> wrote:
> > You managed to *subscribe*..try and figure out how to *un*-
> subscribe. If you
> > can manage to read all this "driffl" (perhaps you
> meant "Drivel"?). a smart
> > boy like you should figure out how to do what the rest of Yahoo
> can do. (as
> > a hint, go to the Group Home page, go to Edit Membership, and at
> the bottom,
> > click the "Leave Group" button.
> > It's not really rocket science for someone as obviously lofty as
> > Paul DeLisle
> > (go whine someplace else.)
> > From: email@example.com
> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Ron
> > Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 9:39 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [atlas_craftsman] Re:New Lathe! Not Atlas...
> > Is there a monitor on this site who can unsubscribe from this
> site? I
> > have sent 4 requests to unsubscribe but am still recieving this
> > daily. please help get this junk out of my e-mail.
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