On 11 January 2005 pm 22:51, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi! This is the ezmlm program. I'm managing the
> email@example.com mailing list.
> To confirm that you would like
> removed from the dev mailing list, please send an empty reply
> to this address:
> Usually, this happens when you just hit the "reply" button.
> If this does not work, simply copy the address and paste it into
> the "To:" field of a new message.
> I haven't checked whether your address is currently on the mailing list.
> To see what address you used to subscribe, look at the messages you are
> receiving from the mailing list. Each message has your address hidden
> inside its return path; for example, firstname.lastname@example.org receives messages
> with return path:
> Some mail programs are broken and cannot handle long addresses. If you
> cannot reply to this request, instead send a message to
> <email@example.com> and put the entire address listed above
> into the "Subject:" line.
> --- Administrative commands for the dev list ---
> I can handle administrative requests automatically. Please
> do not send them to the list address! Instead, send
> your message to the correct command address:
> To subscribe to the list, send a message to:
> To remove your address from the list, send a message to:
> Send mail to the following for info and FAQ for this list:
> Similar addresses exist for the digest list:
> To get messages 123 through 145 (a maximum of 100 per request), mail:
> To get an index with subject and author for messages 123-456 , mail:
> They are always returned as sets of 100, max 2000 per request,
> so you'll actually get 100-499.
> To receive all messages with the same subject as message 12345,
> send an empty message to:
> The messages do not really need to be empty, but I will ignore
> their content. Only the ADDRESS you send to is important.
> You can start a subscription for an alternate address,
> for example "firstname.lastname@example.org", just add a hyphen and your
> address (with '=' instead of '@') after the command word:
> To stop subscription for this address, mail:
> In both cases, I'll send a confirmation message to that address. When
> you receive it, simply reply to it to complete your subscription.
> If despite following these instructions, you do not get the
> desired results, please contact my owner at
> email@example.com. Please be patient, my owner is a
> lot slower than I am ;-)
> --- Enclosed is a copy of the request I received.
> Return-Path: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> 4.5.3/3.16.1. perlscan: 1.24st.
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> +0800 From: Lim Swee Tat <email@example.com>
> Organization: Ernitech Consulting Pte Ltd
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org,
> Subject: subsubscribe
> Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 22:51:28 +0800
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Received on Tue Jan 11 16:05:05 2005