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From: Alfred Huger (ahSECURITYFOCUS.COM)
Date: Tue Mar 20 2001 - 10:14:20 CST
This is a message sent out to discover poorly configured vacation
programs. Please do not respond to this message. If you wish to respond
asking me to unsub you from a list, please read the below instructions
first. The example below is for the INCIDENTS list, however in order to
make this work for other lists you simply need to change the listname of
INCIDENTS to the listname you desire.
If you have followed these instructions and still cannot modify your
subscription please mail:
0.2.2 How do I unsubscribe? Send an e-mail message to
LISTSERVSECURITYFOCUS.COM from the subscribed address with a message body
If your email address has changed email listadminsecurityfocus.com and I
will manually remove you.
0.2.3 How do I disable mail delivery temporarily?
If you will are simply going in vacation you can turn off mail delivery
without unsubscribing by sending LISTSERV the command:
SET INCIDENTS NOMAIL
To turn back on e-mail delivery use the command:
SET INCIDENTS MAIL
0.2.4 Is the list available in a digest format?
Yes. The digest generated once a day.
0.2.5 How do I subscribe to the digest?
To subscribe to the digest join the list normally (see section 0.2.1) and
then send a message to LISTSERVSECURITYFOCUS.COM with with a message body
SET INCIDENTS DIGEST
0.2.6 How do I unsubscribe from the digest?
To turn the digest off send a message to LISTSERV with a message body of:
SET INCIDENTS NODIGEST
If you want to unsubscribe from the list completely follow the
instructions of section 0.2.2 next.
0.2.7 I seem to not be able to unsubscribe. What is going on?
You are probably subscribed from a different address than that from which
you are sending commands to LISTSERV from. Either send email from the
appropiate address or email the moderator to be unsubscribed manually.
0.2.8 Can you add a tag like "[INCIDENTS]" to the subject line of each
You can set your LISTSERV options to do this for your subscription. To do
so email LISTSERVSECURITYFOCUS.COM with a message body of:
SET INCIDENTS SUBJ
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