I need to unsubscribe from this list

James pickoo at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 17:00:29 BST 2006

On Friday 23 June 2006 06:32, heba r wrote:
> James wrote:
> >No you don't. All that'd do is send a message to us with "Unsubscribe" (or
> >"unscribe" as people seem to spell it for some baffling reason) to this
> >list.
> I don't know, I've almost 20 mailing list on mailman and in all if I want
> unsubscribe to any lists I ever write the word "unsubscribe" in the
> subject, after the mailman send me the confirm of my choice with a link.

If that were the case, how come you're still here, and that by replying to 
this I'm not automatically unsubscribing myself? 

I think you've confused that with the old majordomo lists that did do this - 
if you emailed the admin address.

> I've tryed a few minuts ago to unsubscribe of the link you give me in your
> e-mail, but the sistem of mailman reject me every choices, never button are
> permiss me, the browser say me that it's a bug of mailman.

So you went to this url:

> Account management:  https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde.

And you scrolled right down to the bottom where it says:

"To unsubscribe from kde, get a password reminder, or change your subscription 
options enter your subscription email address:"

And typed your email address into the box? Then on the next screen, you 
pressed the "Unsubscribe" button?

Since if that didn't work (which it did because I just did it for you and I 
received no error messages - look in your inbox about now...) something is 
indeed wrong with this mailing list.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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