Maybe he/she saw this at the bottom of the email:
"To report abuse or block this person, please click here"
and was hoping someone would block him/her.
On Friday, November 1,[masked]:03 AM, Zaphod <[address removed]> wrote:
There are also links at the bottom of each email from the meetup groups.
I know it was on the message they were complaining about, because they included it in their complaint. I guess they were so upset about someone posting a message on a topic they have no interest in that they had to send email to hundreds of people who are powerless to remove then from the list.
As a skeptic, if I no longer want to be on a mailing list to which I subscribed, I look in the email for links or instruction to remove myself, failing success with that tactic, I check the website for a way to remove myself, if that fails, I would email the organizer (not the entire mailing list). But then I figure if I don't want the emails, the
hundreds of other people on the mailing list would likely feel the same about my emails asking them to do a task that they cannot do, but I can easily accomplish.
On Oct 31, 2013, at 11:46, Star wrote:
I cannot remove anyone from the list. If you don't want to receive emails, please got to the group's main page, go to members, go to edit communication and at the bottom you can select to not receive messages from the mailing list.
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