Deletion from coral-list?
Coral Health and Monitoring Program
coral at aoml.noaa.gov
Fri Mar 14 07:29:59 EST 1997
>From time to time I unfortunately have to delete names from coral-list
because of several email/Internet related problems. If you find in the
future that you are no longing receiving coral-list messages, it may be
because of one of the reasons listed below. If this happens, just
re-subscribe (you *did* keep that original message on subscribing and
unsubscribing, didn't you?), or send me a message and I'll help out.
If you didn't keep the original message, it is attached for your
Reasons Your Name May Be Deleted
1) You changed email addresses and forgot to unsubscribe from coral-list
using our old address, then re-subscribe using your new address. (Or, you
forgot to notify me.)
2) Your mailbox is full, and messages to your account keep bouncing back
to majordomo (the listserver software). I'll usually let this go for
several days or a week before having to delete your name.
3) Your sytsem administrator changed your email address (or mail server),
sometimes without you even knowing it. Therefore, messages sent to your
old address keep bouncing. This usually comes back as a "host unknown"
error. This may also occur if you change computers (hosts) you use for
reading or sending your mail.
4) The network connection to your site is down so often that messages to
you bounce more than they are delivered!
5) You somehow re-subscribed with a bogus address (like "@somewhere.com",
instead of "your_name at somewhere.com"). I'm not sure exactly how this
happens, but it occasionally does. I believe it is related to the mail
software used by the client (you).
6) "Local configuration error". This is a catch-all for several
different problems, usually your mail software is configured incorrectly.
Thank you very much for your patience.
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