list administration (was: Re: Layers, again (was Re: fixing (just) namespaces andvalidation)

David Brownell david-b at
Wed Sep 8 22:28:05 BST 1999

Mike_D_Hall/Cincinnati/GlobalServe at wrote:
> Can someone please help me get removed from this mailing list.

Every message you receive has a footer that says how to get
off this particular mailing list.  Follow those directions.

There is not a snowball's chance in a hot place that ** I ** can
do anything about this.  The same is true for all but one or two
members of this list.  So please don't send such requests either
individuals not identified in the message footer, or to the list
as a whole.  (You did both.)

> Someone must have applied my email for them, cause I've tried to remove myself
> from this email and my others and it's not working.
> I'm sorry to bother, but I'd really appreciate any help (My boss is mad that I
> get 100 emails daily!).

Hmm, I suggest that you use filtering tools such as the one
built into Netscape, or "procmail".  They're essential tools
on the internet; they have been for most of the decade.  Only
one hundered emails a day?  What a pleasure that must be!

- Dave

> Thanks,
> mikey

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