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Re: Unsubscribe

From: Roman Naumenko <roman_at_naumenko.ca>
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2013 07:10:31 -0400

Geoff Field said the following, on 28-08-13 2:04 AM:
>> From: Andreas Mohr
>> Sent: Wednesday, 28 August 2013 15:49 PM
>> On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 03:07:15PM +1000, Geoff Field wrote:
>>> You need to send an email to
>> [1]users-unsubscribe_at_subversion.apache.org to
>>> unsubscribe from this list.
>> ...as can in most cases of mailing lists be determined via an
>> email header line:
>>
>> || List-Unsubscribe:
>> <mailto:users-unsubscribe_at_subversion.apache.org> ||
> I don't know if our company filters stripped it out, but OutHouse^w OutLook did not show a header anything like this when I did the (ahem) *intuitive* "View->Options" trick.
>> , if mail headers of a mail are viewable (which may
>> unfortunately not be the case with "less capable" - ahem - MUAs).
> Some of us are stuck with what our IT departments give us to work with. If you want to work with an Exchange server, it's easiest (and most compatible) to work with Outlook - particularly if the PC has it preinstalled.
Davmail + Thunderbird + configured ldap is the fix for IT department
"outlooks" (not for the calendars unfortunately, calendars won't work
reliably in anything else than "outlook"). Use web-base outlook owa for
them.
> In reality, Outlook is not that bad an email client
It's not bad, its just terrible.
> - provided you don't want to do technical things with it. The integration with the calendar functionality is particularly valuable for those of us who lose track of time when working. Voting is a nice feature, too, that we sometimes use.
--Roman
Received on 2013-08-28 13:11:16 CEST

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