David VANTYGHEM wrote on 2011-06-03 10.08:
And it's very bad. Our private mail addresses become public on theses
lists, every body can find them with Google, 123people etc. and we will
all be spammed.
You should change it in the mailing list software configuration.
well, we mention this below *EVERY* e-mail and on *EVERY* page where we
give information on how to subscribe to these lists. If you did not read
it, this is clearly not our fault.
Apart from that, the screenshot you mailed showed an e-mail by me, I
cannot see where your address has been made public by it.
Now, I want LibreOffice delete my mail address from all the archive pages.
I can ask our archives to delete it. For that, you need to send me all
the links from
where your mail address has been listed. However, this will *NOT* delete
your mail from all archives and Google indices, as we cannot influence
them. In nutshell: It probably causes you and me more work than it helps
in the end, so it is wasted time.
However, if you insist, send me all the links, and I will see what I can do.
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