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Gordon D. Pusch pusch at mcs.anl.gov
Fri Jul 31 03:03:16 EST 1998


L. V. Kale' <kale at cs.uiuc.edu> wrote:

> Hold on, everyone. Please DO NOT flood the list with "remove me"
> request.  Will the organizers of the list please post an email
> address to which cancellation requests can be sent? I request all of
> you to wait for a day before sending cancellation requests.

If you're on the genetic-programming list, then the instructions to
remove yourself are on the bottom of =EVERY= posting:

   To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send a message body of
   "unsubscribe genetic-programming your at email.address" to
   genetic-programming-request at cs.stanford.edu

I'm not on <recomb-email-list at cs.sandia.gov>, so I don't know how
to unsubscribe from it, but it's probably a very similar procedure;
try sending e-mail to <recomb-email-list-request at cs.sandia.gov> ---
it =may= (no promises!) send you back some instructions...

Please note that almost =NONE= of the e-mail lists are maintained by humans,
anymore --- they are all maintained by 'bots such as Majordomo. Therefore,
the person responsible for removing you from the list is =YOU YOURSELF=.
Sending e-mail to the group accomplishes ABSOLUTELY NOTHING (except to piss 
off the rest of the group...).


--  Gordon D. Pusch   <pusch at mcs.anl.gov>

Disclaimer:  I'm a consultant collaborating with Argonne researchers;
I don't speak for ANL or the DOE --- and they *certainly* don't speak
for =ME= !!!

Claimer:  I report =ALL= SPAMvertisers to their ISP --- =NO= exceptions !!!





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