*Hence my effort to
*try to remove the bogus addresses with the unsubscribe
this is a problem i have to some extent too; the lists i run from home
are on an ISP system that i don't have access, so i can't hand edit the
subscriber list. I have a number of bogus addresses which contain
characters like "." and "#" which i can't dispose of even with a \
escape character in the unsubscribe command.
i strongly feel that if an address can be subscribed with a subscribe
command, that the list manager ought to be able to unsubscribe it with a
suitable unsubscribe command. i'm lucky; the management at my ISP will
probably remove the addresses when i remember to ask them to do so. not
all ISPs are that good.
Not Insane! in '96
George Leroy Tirebiter for President
One Organism: One Vote