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Re: remove

From: Leanne Pazzi <Lpazzi@pacbell.net>
Date: Fri, 03 Jul 1998 21:22:39 -0700
Message-ID: <359DAE0E.E8EB983C@pacbell.net>
To: Kynn Bartlett <kynn-hwg@idyllmtn.com>, J Jensen <jenniferj@quill.net>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Yes, I did send my request to be removed to
w3c-wai-bulletin-request@w3.org  three days ago and typed remove in the
subject line as well in the body as it stated in the welcoming letter.
Yet I am still receiving the mailings.

I have saved every e-mail that I have received concerning this project
up to date so it is unfair for someone to judge me for sending a remove
request through the main list since obviously the first attempt didn't
work. As a former member of this project, I shouldn't have received such
negative mail when I was only trying to find any help that I could
regarding this matter.

Receiving letters like these just confirmed my decision to resign from
this project. Since I was still receiving mailings,  I re-read the ones
that other people had sent earlier in the project to have themselves
removed. I doubled checked the address that was given just to make sure
it was the correct address that I had sent the request to.   I just hope
that you all weren't just as rude to them as you were to me because I
did try the proper channels as directed.  Apparently something wasn't
working right with the Administer or it takes a few days for it to kick
in.  I have submitted another request to the same address just prior to
sending this letter.  Seriously hope that it works this time, because I
don't need to be told that I am irrespnsible or that _I_ can't follow
simple directions!!!!!!!! when in fact I copied the address directly
from my "Welcome letter" to the administrator!!

Very upset over the mailings that I have received.  Have tried to submit
questions regarding the project and not one was ever answered, yet I
submit this one request and all  "hell breaks loose".  It was totally
uncalled for.
Received on Saturday, 4 July 1998 00:20:01 UTC

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