If I somehow cc'd the mailing list on this then I made a mistake which
I don't usually make. These messages, when I'm watching the headers
correctly, are always sent privately.
> On Monday, 26 June 2000 at 15:43:47 -0700, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote:
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> > If you're receiving this message, it's because you just sent a
> > "subscribe" message erroneously to one of our mailing lists, resulting
> > in thousands (and, in some cases, tens of thousands) of people seeing
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> > nothing to do with the process of adding users like yourself to our
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> Nope. Somehow I got copied on this message, though I'm damned if I
> know why.
> The real issue is that you're telling the wrong person (with one
> exception). I wonder if it wouldn't make more sense to catch these
> messages and DWHM.
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