On Thu, 3 Nov 2011, Jeremy Visser <jeremy(a)visser.name> wrote:
On 03/11/2011, at 22:34, Russell Coker wrote:
Legalistic sigs are meaningless. The LUV sig is
not legalistic, it's
I was thinking from an unsubscribing perspective. How else will the user
figure out how to unsubscribe?
Every message to the list has six headers that provide various information
about the list. With many MUAs you can just press "v" when in message viewing
mode to see the headers.
Then there's the option that you can just know which lists you subscribed to,
that requires keeping a record of subscription or reading the monthly
informational message. It requires some organisation.
There's also the option of just sending mail to addresses such as $LIST-
unsubscribe, postmaster, or listmaster at the domain which hosts the mailing
It's not difficult.
And no, I don't think the courts would look too
favourably upon a lone
List-Unsubscribe SMTP header that most mail clients won't have a GUI for
automating (only one I can think of is Gmail).
Please cite an example of legal action being taken about list subscription
options being taken to court. If you can't provide a citation then stop this
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