If you need to UN-subscribe Look Here

From: Jeff Kaneko <jeff.kaneko_at_ifrsys.com>
Date: Wed Jul 9 11:46:57 1997

Just to let people know, everyone who is on this list should
have gotten a message that describes how to un-subscribe (along with
an suggestion to keep it for future reference).

For those who were a little too quick with the <DELETE> button, to

>To signoff from the list, email to listproc_at_u.washington.edu with the
following request:
> signoff CLASSICCMP
> unsubscribe CLASSICCMP

Everybody got that? I'm sorry if this message has angered anyone.
It's not really on topic, but I feel it had to be said.



> Date: Wed, 09 Jul 1997 07:48:40 -0800
> Reply-to: classiccmp_at_u.washington.edu
> From: visimp_at_junction.net (Lindsay Thachuk)
> To: "Discussion re-collecting of classic computers" <classiccmp_at_u.washington.edu>
> Subject: Re: farewell

> In message <199707090641.AAA04404_at_calico.litterbox.com> you wrote:
> > I agreed with the new rules until the bit where nobody can say they disagree.
> > That, and I really don't have time to read the volume coming from this list.
> > Farewell all, then. If you have questions about apple2 GSs or Tiger Learning
> > Computers, please feel free to e-mail me personally
> >
> > Bill, please unsubscribe me.
> I asked over a week ago to unscribe me as well but it appears not to
> have been done. Today, after being away for a week, I have to weed
> through the chatter to find my important mail.
> Please unsubscribe me from this list.
> --
> Lindsay Thachuk
> in Western Canada with the World's Best Computer
> - the Acorn RiscPC with the only StrongARM in ARMstrong
Received on Wed Jul 09 1997 - 11:46:57 BST

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