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Subject: Re: Unsubscribing
From: Chris Holt (amiga2k_at_cox.net)
Date: 2003-10-26


On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 13:56:48 -0800 (PST), scott wrote:
>
> --- Michael O'Quinn <michael_at_oquinn.info> wrote:
>> One thing that might help would be including list management headers
>> the list's emails.
>>
>> Another list I belong to sends these headers, modified only slightly
>> for privacy...
>>
>>
>> List-Help: <mailto:xxx-request_at_yyy.zzz?subject=help>
>> List-Post: <mailto:xxx_at_yyy.zzz>
>> List-Subscribe: <http://yyy.zzz/mailman/listinfo/xxx>,
>> <mailto:xxx-request_at_yyy.zzz?subject=subscribe>
>> List-Id: For discussion of xxx and xxx development
>> <htto://yyy.zzz/listexplain.html> List-Unsubscribe:
>> <http://yyy.zzz/mailman/listinfo/xxx>, <mailto:xxx-
>> request_at_yyy.zzz?subject=unsubscribe>
>>
>> I can unsubscribe by just clicking a link in my mail client.
>>
>
> just when the html-posting thread had died down...
>
>
> -scott

Unlike inline HTML those are legit RFC compliant headers, why should they
cause controversy?

I haven't used OE in quite a while, but I do know that PocoMail puts a
nice little link to list info at the top of the mail when it finds these
headers. (Which even Yahoo Groups uses)

Chris



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