Re: [SI-LIST] : Si-List administrative trivia

Chris Rokusek (crokusek@viewlogic.com)
Thu, 09 Jul 1998 10:52:42 -0700

Hi Ray,

I was once known as crokusek@qdt.com and joined the si-list. Then I
became crokusek@viewlogic.com (while still being able to receive as
crokusek@qdt.com) but could not post to the si-list apparently because I
was not a member according to majordomo.

So I joined again as crokusek@viewlogic.com and then posted messages
successfully. However now I have two accounts. I want to eliminate
crokusek@qdt.com but am unable.

I tried sending to majordomo with "unsubscribe si-list crokusek@qdt.com"
but it replies that my request was denied because the request came from
crokusek@viewlogic.com and so has been forwarded to list administator
and no action has yet been taken (been about two weeks) so am still
receiving si-list in duplicate.

Could you please remove me from si-list for account of crokusek@qdt.com

Thanks,

Chris

Ray Anderson wrote:
>
> To: si-listers
>
> This message is just a reminder to those who may
> have joined the list prior to the automation being
> instituted or who have misplaced the subscribe/unsubscribe
> instructions. Si-list subscribe and unsubscribe functions are
> administered automatically by majordomo list server
> software.
>
> Sending requests to the list membership at the si-list
> address will usually incur large delays in your request
> being serviced as well as generating over 1000 e-mail
> messages to the list subscribers.
>
> To unsubscribe:
>
> Send e-mail to:
>
> majordomo@silab.eng.sun.com
>
> In the BODY of the message place:
>
> unsubscribe si-list
>
> To subscribe:
>
> Send e-mail to:
>
> majordomo@silab.eng.sun.com
>
> In the BODY of the message place:
>
> subscribe si-list
>
> As always, traffic to the list recipients is sent to:
>
> si-list@silab.eng.sun.com
>
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Ray Anderson
> Sun Microsystems Inc.
>