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On 03/06/2011 04:49 PM, Colin J. Williams wrote:
On 06-Mar-11 00:01 AM, NoOp wrote:
On 03/03/2011 04:19 PM, MR ZenWiz wrote:
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Colin J. Williams<>  wrote:

Yes, NNTP does, but not my unsubscribe message.

The flood continues.

A little while back in this thread, Gary (NoOp) posted this:

The dev list uses mailman. To unsubscribe all you need to do is log into
your account and unsubscribe:
or change your setting preferences.
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To unsubscribe from LibreOffice, get a password reminder, or change your
subscription options enter your subscription email address:

Have you tried that?  I've had better luck with this sort of email
control in the past.

The development list uses mailman, this list uses mlmmj which is a
different beast:
If would of course make things *considerably* easier if libreoffice used
mailman (like the dev list) rather than
That way a user could easily just login to their account and turn off
the receipt of emails.

Thanks, I've used that and it works.

The flood has stopped

Colin W.

I'll be. I thought that it was only good for the dev list. Can you try
the same to turn mail delivery back on so see if that starts the mail
again? Then turn it back off to see if it stops?
  I suppose I could try the same, but I'm subscribed to most of the
libreoffice lists & don't want to risk screwing them all up :-)

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