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Re: How do I change my subscription?
The nanog list is not under smartlist yet. The reason that it doesn't expand is because it's got a bogus address in it. Trying 126.96.36.199... [merit.edu] 550 techs-175... User unknown Expand fails > patrick and rob, > we have been changing to smart list and it appears that its not living > up to its name. we will look into this problem, and hopefully will resolve > the registrations problems that you list. > > sorry for the inconvenience. > --elise > > >Robert E. Seastrom writes: > > > > > > You have my deepest sympathies. I've been trying for over a year via messa >ges > > to [email protected] and others, to get [email protected] taken off > > > the nanog list (I left Sprint last July). I get mail as [email protected] > > directly, and I get mail forwarded to me via Sprint, which means that I get > > > two copies of everything that comes along. > > > > Problem is, the folks at Merit consistently deny that [email protected] >t > > is on the list, though if you telnet to merit.edu's smtp port and EXPN the > > list, you see [email protected] there, plain as day. > > > > Well, you used to be able to. Now if you telnet to merit.edu port 25 and s >ay > > "expn nanog", the expn will eventually time out. > > > > This situation wouldn't be so bad if I could have an ongoing dialog with th >e > > Merit folks until we got things straightened out, but the standard MO seems > to > > be to ignore the mail for three weeks to a month before sending back a clai >m > > that I'm not on the list and never have been. Then when I respond to that > > message, it goes in the bit bucket. I went through three iterations of thi >s, > > and then gave up and wrote an incoming mail action to simply delete all > > duplicate messages in my nanog mailbox. It's simpler. > > > > Since all other mailing lists I used to subscribe to have propagated to > > [email protected] and NANOG mail is the only mail to me that routinely traverses > > > Sprint, it crossed my mind to ask Sprint to point all mail for [email protected] to > > [email protected], but that seemed a little mean-spirited. :) > > > > ---Rob > > > > > > > > > I've tried [email protected], it's no a valid address, and > > > I've tried [email protected], ditto. I need to change my > > > subscription to point to my new address. > > > > > > In case anyone's reading this that can do it, I subscribed to this list > > > as either: > > > > > > [email protected] > > > [email protected] > > > or [email protected] > > > > > > Starting Monday, my address will be: > > > > > > [email protected] > > > > > > Thanks, and we return you to regularly scheduled business;) > > > > > > Patrick > > > > >