> Every single one of your attempts is incorrectly formatted. Send mail to
> email@example.com with
> unsubscribe majordomo-users
I sent that line first. No joy. I think what happened is that I first
tried to subscribe using firstname.lastname@example.org. That bounced because my
address looked like "email@example.com" to majordomo.
So I subscribed as "firstname.lastname@example.org", successfully. THEN the admin
sub'd me as "email@example.com". So I was on the list twice. I got off
the list the regular way as "firstname.lastname@example.org", but continued to
recieve majordomo-users email via "email@example.com". That's when I
tried about a dozen different ways to get off the list, but could not get
"firstname.lastname@example.org" off the list without an admin using:
because it kept saying I was not on the list. So I tried to get off using:
unsubscribe email@example.com majordomo-users
which never worked. I think I must have finally been taken off by the
admin, which is the ONLY way I could get off the list, since my
address kept reporting that I wasn't who I was. Confusing, eh? Well,
that's why I asked the majordomo-users list for help using majordomo.
Thanks very much to all the people who tried to help. As for the two
individuals who decided they KNEW FOR A FACT that I hadn't tried the
RIGHT WAY to get off the list, and had to CHASTISE me for BOTHERING the
majordomo-users GROUP with a question about using majordomo, perhaps
they would have gotten more enjoyment sticking puppies and kittens
with red-hot pokers.
Not to mention the fact that I NEVER got an answer (that worked) for the
problem I specifically got onto the list to solve. Mostly I saw
requests for help and no answers. What's the point of having the list
if noone helps the newbies but gleefully blasts them for asking
questions, no matter how simple-minded they appear. Sheesh.
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