Unsubscribing (Was Re: Support Digest, Vol 10, Issue 6)

Evan Platt evan at espphotography.com
Mon Jun 9 14:44:49 EDT 2008

As somehow 'following the instructions' 'doesn't do it for you', why 
e-mail the entire list? Why not e-mail the owner?

And why include the text of 6 messages in your reply? Trim the 
unnecessary text from your reply. Not doing so is a wase of everyone's 

And "When replying, please edit your subject line" as it says

Steve Swift wrote:
> I've been using newsgroups and mailing lists for years, but this one 
> has me completely stumped, how do I unsubscribe? Follwing the 
> instructions doesn't do it for me.  I'll just block the mail in the 
> near future, but that just wastes everyone's resources.
> 2008/6/6 <support-request at pidgin.im <mailto:support-request at pidgin.im>>:
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>     When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific
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