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RE: [suse-security] suse-security-unsubscribe-gregf=bigtimegeeks.com@xxxxxxxx
  • From: "Paul Shepperd" <pshepperd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 13:03:34 -0500
  • Message-id: <NHBBIPKCMLCHMOGBNJNFOEDMCAAA.pshepperd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

That's something that I was forgetting, EZMLM can do confirmation emails
very easily... I am also a user of Mandrake-not for servers- (GASP, AHHHHH,
GASP) and this is the way they do it with a webform.

So who do we try to (attempt) to convince to do this?

P.S. The fact that we are discussing subscription, spam and things of this
nature must mean SUSE is pretty secure, keep up the good work folks, I know
I and a lot of people appreciate it. :)

Paul Shepperd
Swain Online



-----Original Message-----
From: J. Theriault [mailto:administrator@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 12:34 PM
To: Paul Shepperd
Cc: suse-security@xxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [suse-security]
suse-security-unsubscribe-gregf=bigtimegeeks.com@xxxxxxxx


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Paul Shepperd wrote:
| If it's really that big a deal that we are going to write 12 emails
| everytime someone goofs and tries to get off the mailing list I
suggest suse
| just put up an unsubscribe page where people can just put in their email
| address and it unsubscribes them. Sure others could unsubscribe you
| but......not bloody likely.
|
|
| -Paul Shepperd
| Swain Online
| Ardmore PA, USA



Actually,

I received an "Unsubscription confirmation" email a few days ago that
(thankfully) included the headers from the original message to SuSE;
it seems that philippe.jourde@xxxxxxxx attempted to unsubscribe me from
this list on Thu, 11 Dec 2003 15:53:02 (+0100). I have sent him two
emails four days apart asking why but have not yet received a
response... I wouldn't mind a web-unsubscribe form as long as it still
needed to confirm the unsubscription.



J. Theriault
administrator@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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