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'I just want to leeeeeeeeeaaaaavvvvvvvvveeeee!!!!!!'
1997\03\17@081328 by Raak, Cory

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Sorry to send this to the list but maybe someone out there can help
me?!!
I have been trying for about a month to get off the piclist I have tried
everyone's ideas and also have the original instructions that you get
when you sign up.  Nothing works, I signed up on a dial-up connection
and now have a dedicated t-1 line for all of our companies email.  I
have tried to unsubscribe through the old way the new way and from home
and from everywhere and nothing works.
I surely hope this is not the Hotel California and that someone out
there can either unsubscribe me or give the list managers email.  I dont
like bombing the list like this but I am really frustrated.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Cory D. Raak
Electronics Technician
PCB Developer
Gentex Corporation
Email spam_OUTcoryrTakeThisOuTspamgentex.com
"You either do or do not.  There is no try."     Yoda

1997\03\19@081758 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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At 08:03 AM 3/17/97 -0500, Raak, Cory wrote:
>I have been trying for about a month to get off the piclist I have tried
>everyone's ideas and also have the original instructions that you get
>when you sign up.  Nothing works, I signed up on a dial-up connection
>and now have a dedicated t-1 line for all of our companies email.  I
>have tried to unsubscribe through the old way the new way and from home
>and from everywhere and nothing works.

The stamp list has some sort of robot that periodically sends a mail to each
subscribed person and if it gets a bounce or a reply it automatically
removes you from the list. Perhaps the Piclist can set up this type of
function to help those that change providers and can't get off the list.
Larry G. Nelson Sr.
.....L.NelsonKILLspamspam@spam@ieee.org
http://www.ultranet.com/~nr

1997\03\23@192310 by mail12706

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Larry G. Nelson Sr. wrote:
>
> At 08:03 AM 3/17/97 -0500, Raak, Cory wrote:
> >I have been trying for about a month to get off the piclist I have tried
> >everyone's ideas and also have the original instructions that you get
> >when you sign up.  Nothing works, I signed up on a dial-up connection
> >and now have a dedicated t-1 line for all of our companies email.  I
> >have tried to unsubscribe through the old way the new way and from home
> >and from everywhere and nothing works.
>
> The stamp list has some sort of robot that periodically sends a mail to each
> subscribed person and if it gets a bounce or a reply it automatically
> removes you from the list. Perhaps the Piclist can set up this type of
> function to help those that change providers and can't get off the list.
> Larry G. Nelson Sr.
> L.NelsonspamKILLspamieee.org
> http://www.ultranet.com/~nr


ok, it works, but I have found Jens Madsen'e programmer, and though
simple enough, after building it, the software (neither Tait's or the
picprog.exe of Madsen's reccomendation interfaces.  Anybody dealt with
this?

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