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Re: Your request to sign off the BLOGGING list

From:

"Eric M. Jepsen" <[log in to unmask]>

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UVM Blogging <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 29 Aug 2005 09:02:45 -0400

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How do i get this to work?
thanks, eric

Quoting "UVM LISTSERV Server (14.4)" <[log in to unmask]>:

> Mon, 29 Aug 2005 08:54:42
>
> No entry for your [log in to unmask] address  could be found in the BLOGGING
> list at LIST.UVM.EDU. Here are a number of possible reasons why you might
> still be getting mail from the list:
>
> 1. You could be subscribed under a different, but equivalent address. For
> instance, if  your e-mail address  as it appears  in the 'From:'  line of
> messages coming from you has the  misfortune of depending on the distance
> between your  workstation and the  terminal room door, you  were probably
> subscribed from  a different  address and, while  your mail  system knows
> that the two addresses are equivalent,  LISTSERV has no way to know that.
> In this case the only thing you can do, beyond contacting the list owner,
> is to send a "REVIEW BLOGGING" command to find out under what address you
> are  subscribed, and  try to  duplicate  it with  the help  of your  user
> support people.
>
> 2. If you are a BITNET user,  you might be subscribed under your Internet
> address and sending  this command via BITNET, or vice  versa. Most BITNET
> sites  have  registered their  Internet  addresses  in the  BITNET  nodes
> database, BITEARN NODES (the "tag"  containing this information is called
> ':internet' - if you do not understand  any of this, just bring a copy of
> this message to your user support people). Unfortunately, some sites have
> still not done that,  and in such cases LISTSERV has  no way to determine
> that, for  instance, BITNET  node XYZCOL1  is the  same as  Internet host
> VM3.XYZ.EDU. If  you suspect  this might be  your problem,  try resending
> your request via both interactive message (SEND under VMS, TELL under VM)
> and e-mail.
>
> 3. You  might be subscribed under  an equivalent yet different  address -
> for  instance, one  with explicit  gatewaying, or  an X.400  address with
> different  ordering of  the various  components,  etc. You  could send  a
> "REVIEW BLOGGING"  command and  inspect the list  membership to  find out
> whether this is the case, and ask  the list owners to remove that address
> from the list.
>
> 4. You could be subscribed to  the list under another account, from which
> mail is being automatically forwarded to your [log in to unmask] account. In
> that case you should  be able to leave the list  by resending the signoff
> request from the account in question.
>
> 5. You could be subscribed to the list indirectly, via a "redistribution"
> list. That is, one  of the subscribers to the LISTSERV list  is in fact a
> mailing  list, to  which  you  are yourself  subscribed  (note that  this
> "sub-list"  is not  necessarily managed  by LISTSERV  and, in  fact, such
> lists are often manually maintained, in  which case the only way to leave
> the list is  to contact the person  who maintains it). Since  you are not
> directly subscribed to BLOGGING, the only way for you to stop getting the
> postings is to  contact the administrators of this sub-list  and ask them
> to sign you off.
>
> You should be able to contact the  list owners by simply replying to this
> message (if you  do not know how  to reply to a message  in your mailbox,
> you can send a new message to [log in to unmask] instead).
>



-- 
Eric M. Jepsen
Political Science
University of Vermont
539 Old Mill
94 University Place
Burlington, VT 05405-0114
Phone: (802) 656-4054
Fax: (802) 656-0758
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