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2000\10\25@183724 by Dr. Chris Kirtley

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I have this problem every time I go away - I look at the PIClist page to
find out how to unsubscribe... and there's nothing there!

So I ask the list owners to unsubscribe me - sorry once again... maybe
this time you could put a link on the page to tell us how to do it
ourselves? Better still a short form, like I have at the bottom of my
page:
http://guardian.curtin.edu.au/cga

Chris
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NIDRR Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on TeleRehabilitation
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Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC 20064
Tel. 202-319-6247,  fax 202-319-4287
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2000\10\25@195449 by Bob Blick

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At 06:34 PM 10/25/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>I have this problem every time I go away - I look at the PIClist page to
>find out how to unsubscribe... and there's nothing there!

See James, it's not just me who has security set to high on their browser,
so piclist.com doesn't work as intended.

To unsubscribble, send an email to listservspamKILLspammitvma.mit.edu
If I tell you exactly what to say the listserver might intercept this
message but I will encode it, so decode it and put it in the body of your
message
U*N*S*U*B*S*C*R*I*B*E P*I*C*L*I*S*T

Best of luck.

Cheers,

Bob

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2000\10\25@234514 by Mike

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Dr. Chris Kirtley wrote:
> I have this problem every time I go away - I look at the PIClist page to
> find out how to unsubscribe... and there's nothing there!
> > So I ask the list owners to unsubscribe me - sorry once again... maybe
> this time you could put a link on the page to tell us how to do it
> ourselves? Better still a short form, like I have at the bottom of my
> page:
> http://guardian.curtin.edu.au/cga

Well, every five days the footer of every message to the list that day
reads:

http://www.piclist.com hint: To leave the PICList
.....piclist-unsubscribe-requestKILLspamspam.....mitvma.mit.edu

And it was just two days ago that this footer last came around.

From the piclist.com web page, the link labelled "PICLIST Mailing List
information (including subscribe & posting directions)" is the one.

Also, the message sent to everyone that subscribes - yes, it *is* quite
long, but there's a lot there - tells three different ways.  That's one of
the reasons the very top line of that message is "Please save this message
for future reference!"
-- Mike Werner  KA8YSD   | He that is slow to believe anything and
                     | everything is of great understanding,
'91 GS500E            | for belief in one false principle is the
Morgantown WV         | beginning of all unwisdom.



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2000\10\25@234730 by Mike

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Bob Blick wrote:
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> To unsubscribble, send an email to EraseMElistservspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTmitvma.mit.edu
> If I tell you exactly what to say the listserver might intercept this
> message but I will encode it, so decode it and put it in the body of your
> message
> U*N*S*U*B*S*C*R*I*B*E P*I*C*L*I*S*T

Just FYI - no need to "encode" the unsubscribe thingy.  The listserv package
doesn't do the intercept-suspected-commands-accidentally-sent-on-list thing
like some other packages.
-- Mike Werner  KA8YSD   | He that is slow to believe anything and
                     | everything is of great understanding,
'91 GS500E            | for belief in one false principle is the
Morgantown WV         | beginning of all unwisdom.



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2000\10\26@021101 by Russell McMahon

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1.
> To unsubscribble, send an email to listservspamspam_OUTmitvma.mit.edu
> If I tell you exactly what to say the listserver might intercept this
> message but I will encode it, so decode it and put it in the body of your
> message
> U*N*S*U*B*S*C*R*I*B*E P*I*C*L*I*S*T
> Bob

2.
Just FYI - no need to "encode" the unsubscribe thingy.  The listserv package
doesn't do the intercept-suspected-commands-accidentally-sent-on-list thing
like some other packages.

Mike Werner  KA8YSD

3.
| He that is slow to believe anything and
| everything is of great understanding,
| for belief in one false principle is the
| beginning of all unwisdom.

4.        Anyone heard from Bob Blick lately?
           Has he left the list?


5.        :-)


6.        RM

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2000\10\26@051739 by Mark Willis

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Mike wrote:
> Bob Blick wrote:
> <snip>
> > To unsubscribble, send an email to @spam@listservKILLspamspammitvma.mit.edu
> > If I tell you exactly what to say the listserver might intercept this
> > message but I will encode it, so decode it and put it in the body of your
> > message
> > U*N*S*U*B*S*C*R*I*B*E P*I*C*L*I*S*T
>
> Just FYI - no need to "encode" the unsubscribe thingy.  The listserv package
> doesn't do the intercept-suspected-commands-accidentally-sent-on-list thing
> like some other packages.
> --
> Mike Werner  KA8YSD   | He that is slow to believe anything and
>                       | everything is of great understanding,
> '91 GS500E            | for belief in one false principle is the
> Morgantown WV         | beginning of all unwisdom.

Actually:  It doesn't do it NOW.

It DID nail me once, though, as I attempted to send out a "How to unsub"
FAQ to the list, over a year ago;  I was QUITE annoyed!

I think it's an MIT Postmaster-level option somewhere, but maybe it's
part of the "Jory Magic" package <G>  Just know it WORKED quite well at
one time...

Once burned is twice (or more) shy, not unwise to encode this...

 Mark

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2000\10\26@104505 by jamesnewton

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What PICList page are you looking at!?

http://www.piclist.com
then click on "PICList Mailing List information" then "How do I send
commands (like to subscribe/unsubscribe)?"

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2000\10\26@104714 by jamesnewton

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If you go to the list home page at
http://www.piclist.com
there is no JavaScript or other tricks required or used. Each link is
expanded to the full, standard, non-JavaScript or whatever, basic link that
no browser (even lynx) should have a problem with.

The tricks only come in when trying to get to a sub page directly rather
than via the home page.

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2000\10\26@104721 by Dr. Chris Kirtley

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Dear Mike,

OK - but who reads a message telling you how to unsubscribe BEFORE the
day you need it?

Actually, National Airport is fog-bound, so I've cancelled my trip.
Still think a CGI form is the best way to handle these things, though.

Chris
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Associate Professor
HomeCare Technologies for the 21st Century (Whitaker Foundation)
NIDRR Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on TeleRehabilitation
Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Pangborn 105B
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC 20064
Tel. 202-319-6247,  fax 202-319-4287
Email: spamBeGonekirtleyspamBeGonespamcua.edu
http://engineering.cua.edu/biomedical

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Send subscribe/unsubscribe to TakeThisOuTlistprocEraseMEspamspam_OUTinfo.curtin.edu.au

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2000\10\29@193901 by Mark Willis

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Not everyone HAS cgi access, remember.

Particularly those with text-based only e-mail, don't necessarily HAVE
access to a browser, *at all*.  (More than one visually disabled list
member on here, also, I'd bet - Net-Tamer, Arachne, Dos Lynx, Unix Lynx,
Unix Pine, etc. are all text-based.  There's a local freenet for e-mail
in Seattle, scn.org, which is text BBS based basically.)

Easiest to throw the hints out so people can sorta remember those things
- those who save PICList mail can then access all those hints easily...

I'm moving to text-based for PICList probably in the future, as an Admin
I can fortunately throw myself off the list easily if it comes to that
<EG>  (It'd be nice to walk around with a palmtop, reading mail when I
have 5 spare minutes, instead of always having to sit at a desktop to
read the whole thing!)

 Mark

Dr. Chris Kirtley wrote:
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