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From: "Lauren Boyd" <>
Subject: Re: [LIST-UPDATE] u n subscribe and no mail mode
Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2006 15:45:51 -0700
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No it is not like Yahoo. There is no "web mail" mode.

"No mail" stops mail being sent, just as if you asked the Postal
Service to stop delivery of your mail for a time period while you go
on vacation. It does not
save the mail to send later.

I am uncertain if X-commands will be activated with the migration or
not. It may not be possible to send and email to change our settings
as a subscriber to "no mail".
As the lists begin to migrate, I am certain we will get the final
details. Including whether or not we will immediately, as
subscribers, have access to a web interface to change our own mail
modes with ease.

Tuesday is not far off... we will discover some of this soon enough...
and I know...
not soon enough for some. :)



On 8/13/06, Dan M <> wrote:
> maybe if they just addressed the list website
> and the people could just click the link to get off the list would be
> simpler for the new people.
> I know all the list owners know how to get off.
> other question tho -
> is the no mail option in effect for this list and if so could those people
> read and reply from the web mail like in Yahoo ?
> Dan M
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