2013/5/10 Tom Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sorry, i sent this back tot he list because i'm not sure how to solve this
one now. The "problems?" page
1. Check what type of subscription you have. Either Standard or Digest.
Looks like Standard in this case but it might be smart to send to both
unsubscribe places jic.
2. Check which email address is subscribed.
Many people have more than 1 email address and then arrange to have all
addresses feed into the one they read. it makes it easier to deal with
attacks or other security issues but makes it a bit of a nightmare trying
to keep track of all the different ones. I used to do it but i'm not very
smart about setting up good emailing systems so it kinda back-fired on me.
Unsubscribing the reader account rather than the one subscribed is
something people often do but i think that's not the problem this time.
This 'should' lead to getting a reply such as
"Subject: Confirm unsubscribe from: email@example.com
Hi, this is the mlmmj program managing the mailinglist
To confirm you want the address
removed from this list, please send a reply to <long email-address> Your
mailer may automatically reply to this address when you hit
the reply button. [...]
Ahh, found it. Sanjay, i will email you off-list to give the secret bit
at the end
Tom, if you wouldn't mind, it might not be a bad idea to post your
discovery to the list, for reference....
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