maberry at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Wed Jan 31 03:07:39 UTC 2001
Like Alice, I have wondered the same thing from time to time. I don't read
a lot of lists, but, I've never seen one where so many people get
subscribed apparently unwillingly and then have no clue how to get
unsubscribed--especially when you get an acknowledgement when you
subscribe that contains explicit instructions on how to leave the list.
The recent spate of postings is unusual but I think we've had episodes
like this before, if memory serves.
maberry at u.washington.edu
On Tue, 30 Jan 2001, Alice Faber wrote:
> Patty Jones said:
> >Please remove my name from futher mailings. I don't know how I got on in
> >the first place!!! patty0278 at fast.net
> There's been a recent spate of these, from non-edu addresses. I know we all
> had a lot of fun speculating about general clue level, but is it possible
> that someone's forge-subscribing people to ADS-L? Jesse, Grant?
> Alice Faber tel. (203) 865-6163
> Haskins Laboratories fax (203) 865-8963
> 270 Crown St faber at haskins.yale.edu
> New Haven, CT 06511 afaber at wesleyan.edu
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