[ih] No, really, I want to stay subscribed

Larry Sheldon larrysheldon at cox.net
Tue Aug 23 21:50:26 PDT 2016

On 8/23/2016 22:36, John Levine wrote:
>> It is somebody who uses Thunderbird�� (or some such) and hits "spam"
>> (instead of "delete" or "unsubscribe) and answers "yes" to the question
>> "Would you like to unsubscribe?".
> Unless T'bird is even buggier than it used to be, that would send
> a message trying to unsubscribe that recipient, not the person
> who sent the message.
> Given how long this has been going on, I assume it is a bad joke
> that has now become malicious.

I am pretty sure that for quite awhile, if you say "yes", it tries to 
unsubcribe you.

"Everybody is a genius.  But if you judge a fish by
its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole
life believing that it is stupid."

--Albert Einstein

 From Larry's Cox account.

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