From: Fred Davidson (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Sep 09 2008 - 08:11:24 PDT
I've had similar problems with the list server when I tried to send it
commands a few months ago. I tried in the first week of June. It would
just repeatedly not take my command. What is the command to conceal
your email address? I wasn't aware that there was such a command. Does
anybody have that command at their fingertips or do I have to go look
that up? Are you sure you are not talking about concealing your email
on the list of subscribers that you can request sent to you sorted by
name, country, or email server? That capability I am aware of.
On Sep 9, 2008, at 8:38 AM, Raymond Salvatore Harmon wrote:
> Hello all
> So over the past two days I have been having an exchange with the
> software at LISTSERV.AOL.COM. First it asked me to confirm my
> renewal, which I did as directed. Then after a day or so it sent a
> message saying my subscription had expired and that I should send
> the 'subscribe' command to it to renew, which I did. I even copy
> pasted the command instead of typing. Next it sent 2 messages saying
> it did not understand my attempted command (which it had told me to
> send to it). Finally I got it to accept the command by using all
> caps to which it replied that I am already subscribed.
> I know these things happen but does it have to be so difficult? A
> word to the wise is to always use all caps when sending a command to
> PS for those of you on the list who do not want to share you email
> with the world there is a command that will hide your email from the
> list. Not sure what it is but I know it exists.
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