• Subject: Re: Regarding Unsubscribing
  • From: Chris Rehm <Mr.AS400@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 11:13:29 PDT

Hey, some people asked about how to subscribe to the general Java list. I
thought this might help. It is a good list for general questions.

Forwarding note from: A list for Java-related communication/discussion 
<JAVA@YORKU.CA>         Sat, 6 Dec 1997 19:58:47 +0800

several people have been trying to unsubscribe for the last few
weeks.  for each of them i've sent the following information in private email.  
this is posted to the list in case you've lost your unsubscribe instructions 
and might need to unsubscribe from this fine list sometime in the future.

On mailing lists, you don't unsubscribe by emailing to the list
itself.  there is usually a LISTSERV or other mailing list
management address to which you send commands.

Following is information sent by someone who subscribed and
unsubscribed successfully.  Please save this email message
somewhere you'll remember so that if you ever need to
unsubscribe it'll be easy and you won't spam the list
with useless unsubscribe messages.

<INFO FROM Rob Whelan who successfully unsubscribed and then
 subscribed again>

Unsubscribing:
//-----------------------------------------------------
        To: LISTSERV@YORKU.CA
        From: (the !exact! return address you signed up with--
               the address it sends mail to)
        Subject: (none)

        Body: SIGNOFF JAVA
//------------------------------------------------------



Subscribing:
//------------------------------------------------------
        To: LISTSERV@YORKU.CA
        From: (the !exact! return address you want signed up)
        Subject: (none)

        Body: SUBSCRIBE JAVA
//------------------------------------------------------

That's it.  This definitely works.  Feel free to
send it out to people when they start getting confused again...


</THANKS TO ROB WHELAN>

hope this helps,

tiger

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Chris Rehm
Mr.AS400@ibm.net

How often can you afford to be unexpectedly out of business?
Get an AS/400.
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