Re: From the MODERATOR
> I'm not being snide, but this email suggests that a little reminderTo be fair, I don't think he was asking to unsubscribe completely, I
> might be in order. I that noticed Karianna has already taken care
> of this, but for everyone else out there, I don't know if you
> noticed, but at the bottom of ALL the emails from the mailing list
> is this line:
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
think he wanted to stop getting mail, but still have access to the
group site. That takes making changes in your account here on the
Paul W. King
OGL/PL SB and BoD
> To be fair, I don't think he was asking to unsubscribe completely, IWhich I took care of for him. He was set to 'Special Notice' emails, and I
> think he wanted to stop getting mail, but still have access to the
> group site. That takes making changes in your account here on the
changed it to none.... Yes, he could have done it himself, but since he
wasn't going to be looking that up for himself, I just took care of the
PCGen Data SB and BoD
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- Hi all,
Just a polite reminder. It's safer and easier just to tag posts you
are concerned about with MODERATOR and not pass on any extra comment.
Otherwise the poor Ninja Monkey philosophical society doesn't get
their chance to debate things and then they fly into an uncontrollable