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1996\09\30@172215 by Maurizio

unsuscribe PICLIST

1998\01\22@141419 by pedraki
How can unsuscribe from the list ?

I–aki San JosŽ S.

1998\01\22@155422 by Morgan Olsson

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You may leave the list at any time by writing "SIGNOFF PICLIST" in the body
of at message to .....LISTSERVKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERVspamKILLspamMITVMA.BITNET).
Observe :

1) Do not send to this list, but adress to .....LISTSERVKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU

2) It don«t care about what you write in the subject field, write "SIGNOFF
>PICLIST" in the body = where You write your normal letter text.


At 20:05 1998-01-22 +0100, you wrote:
>How can unsuscribe from the list ?
>I–aki San JosŽ S.

Morgan Olsson, MORGANS REGLERTEKNIK, Sweden, ph: +46 (0)414 70741; fax 70331

1998\06\18@015444 by Raphi Houri
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1998\06\18@031913 by Wolfgang Kynast

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> Please do not post requests to the PICLIST address, use the mail server address instead! To unsubscribe, send a message containing the line SIGNOFF PICLIST to LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU Note that you must send this message using the same mail address you used to subscribe! If you have a new mail address and cannot use the old one any longer, you will have to fake your mail address. Most mail programs allow you to set any sender address. And here is the help file you received when you joined PICLIST and which you should have stored: ----- Please save this message for future reference, especially if this is the first time you subscribe to an electronic mailing list. If you ever need to leave the list, you will find the necessary instructions below. Perhaps more importantly, saving a copy of this message (and of all future subscription notices from other mailing lists) in a special mail folder will give you instant access to the list of mailing lists that you are subscribed to. This may prove very useful the next time you go on vacation and need to leave the lists temporarily so as not to fill up your mailbox while you are away! You should also save the "welcome messages" from the list owners that you will occasionally receive after subscribing to a new list. To send a message to all the people currently subscribed to the list, just send mail to PICLIST@MITVMA.MIT.EDU. This is called "sending mail to the list", because you send mail to a single address and LISTSERV makes copies for all the people who have subscribed. This address (PICLIST@MITVMA.MIT.EDU) is also called the "list address". You must never try to send any command to that address, as it would be distributed to all the people who have subscribed. All commands must be sent to the "LISTSERV address", LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERV@MITVMA.BITNET). It is very important to understand the difference between the two, but fortunately it is not complicated. The LISTSERV address is like a FAX number that connects you to a machine, whereas the list address is like a normal voice line connecting you to a person. If you make a mistake and dial the FAX number when you wanted to talk to someone on the phone, you will quickly realize that you used the wrong number and call again. No harm will have been done. If on the other hand you accidentally make your FAX call someone's voice line, the person receiving the call will be inconvenienced, especially if your FAX then re-dials every 5 minutes. The fact that most people will eventually connect the FAX machine to the voice line to allow the FAX to go through and make the calls stop does not mean that you should continue to send FAXes to the voice number. People would just get mad at you. It works pretty much the same way with mailing lists, with the difference that you are calling hundreds or thousands of people at the same time, and consequently you can expect a lot of people to get upset if you consistently send commands to the list address. You may leave the list at any time by sending a "SIGNOFF PICLIST" command to LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERV@MITVMA.BITNET). You can also tell LISTSERV how you want it to confirm the receipt of messages you send to the list. If you do not trust the system, send a "SET PICLIST REPRO" command and LISTSERV will send you a copy of your own messages, so that you can see that the message was distributed and did not get damaged on the way. After a while you may find that this is getting annoying, especially if your mail program does not tell you that the message is from you when it informs you that new mail has arrived from PICLIST. If you send a "SET PICLIST ACK NOREPRO" command, LISTSERV will mail you a short acknowledgement instead, which will look different in your mailbox directory. With most mail programs you will know immediately that this is an acknowledgement you can read later. Finally, you can turn off acknowledgements completely with "SET PICLIST NOACK NOREPRO". Following instructions from the list owner, your subscription options have been set to "MIME" rather than the usual LISTSERV defaults. For more information about subscription options, send a "QUERY PICLIST" command to LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERV@MITVMA.BITNET). Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived. You can get a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX PICLIST" command to LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERV@MITVMA.BITNET). You can then order these files with a "GET PICLIST LOGxxxx" command, or using LISTSERV's database search facilities. Send an "INFO DATABASE" command for more information on the latter. This list is available in digest form. If you wish to receive the digested version of the postings, just issue a SET PICLIST DIGEST command. Please note that it is presently possible for other people to determine that you are signed up to the list through the use of the "REVIEW" command, which returns the e-mail address and name of all the subscribers. If you do not want your name to be visible, just issue a "SET PICLIST CONCEAL" command. More information on LISTSERV commands can be found in the LISTSERV reference card, which you can retrieve by sending an "INFO REFCARD" command to LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU (or LISTSERV@MITVMA.BITNET). Regards, Wolfgang -- PIC links:

1998\06\18@133547 by Robert Storar

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1998\09\28@104239 by homero vazquez
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Get Your Private, Free Email at

1998\10\08@133613 by borrell samuel
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how to unsuscribe  ????
Get your free address at

1998\10\08@171015 by Michael Hagberg

You may leave the list at any time by writing "SIGNOFF PICLIST" in the
   body of a message to LISTSERVspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU.

-----Original Message-----
From: borrell samuel <@spam@samuel_borrellKILLspamspamYAHOO.COM>
Date: Thursday, October 08, 1998 12:54 PM
Subject: unsuscribe

>how to unsuscribe  ????
>Get your free address at

1998\10\09@065013 by Caisson

> Van: borrell samuel <spamBeGonesamuel_borrellspamBeGonespamYAHOO.COM>
> Onderwerp: unsuscribe
> Datum: donderdag 8 oktober 1998 18:53
> how to unsubscribe  ????

You may leave the list at any time by sending a "SIGNOFF PICLIST" command

 Rudy Wieser

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