If I decide to do the one that is like this:
List-request at domain.com
The "command" goes in the subject or body?
In this case unsubscribe would be in which? Or does it not matter?
From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net]
Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 3:18 PM
To: jp at pifiu.com; mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Why are footers sent as attachments?
Jp Possenti wrote:
Why is it that when I set Mailman to apply a footer with some info, Outlook
detects it as an attachment?
Is this yet another problem with just outlook?
Also does the footer in mailman support HTML?
Please read the FAQ. A search of the FAQ for footer should turn up the
answers to both these questions.
I want to make it so at the bottom of every email I can include a reply to
address for them to unsubscribe.
This sort of leads me to my next question.
To have a user unsubscribe without seeing the web interface and just by
email, which would be the right command?
Listname-leave at domain.com
List-unsubscribe at domain.com
Either one, they're synonymous (assuming List and Listname are
Or are there more?
Send an unsubscribe command to list-request at ...
Also does anything need to be written in the subject line? If not, what if
someone writes something or writes something that is not right, will it
still unsubscribe them?
For the first two, the subject is ignored so the answer to your second
question is yes.
I would like to state that if they want to be removed, to please "click
here" to send an email to unsubscribe.
You can simply put some text and <mailto:list-unsubscribe at example.com>,
but whether or not this will be 'clickable' depends entirely on the
recipient's MUA. Even if you make the footer look like HTML, it will
be in a text/plain part of the message so it won't be rendered as HTML.
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