[rrd-users] value and name both

Simon Hobson linux at thehobsons.co.uk
Mon Dec 19 14:16:01 CET 2011

Raman Dhanoa wrote:
>how do i unsubscribe?

At the bottom of every mail from the list server is the footer :
rrd-users mailing list
rrd-users at lists.oetiker.ch

So if you read any of the m ails you'd see that.

Also, in the headers of every list message, but probably not 
displayed by your mail client, is :
List-Id: Help and discussion among RRDtool users <rrd-users.lists.oetiker.ch>
List-Unsubscribe: <https://lists.oetiker.ch/cgi-bin/listinfo/rrd-users>,
	<mailto:rrd-users-request at lists.oetiker.ch?subject=unsubscribe>
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List-Post: <mailto:rrd-users at lists.oetiker.ch>
List-Help: <mailto:rrd-users-request at lists.oetiker.ch?subject=help>

That should be enough for you. Most lists are the same.
FYI, and for anyone else unsure, you cannot unsubscribe by asking the 
list to do it - unless the list manager/moderator also happens to see 
your request and actions it for you.

Lastly, as a matter of etiquette, please do **NOT** start a new 
thread on a mailing list by replying to an unrelated message. Even if 
you change the subject (which you didn't), then there are message 
references in the messages which some mail clients and archives use 
to thread messages. The result is that your unrelated message pops up 
in the middle of someone else's thread.
So always start new threads by using the "New Message" function in 
your mail client.
Simon Hobson

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