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How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

vinayak mahajan

12 jan 18


Please guide me to unsubscribe the news letters, and daily emails being received from users of open office.


I tried the link but could not stop the emails flow . About 5 to 10 unwanted emails are being received in my inbox.

thank you

v  p mahajan


india

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Re: How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

DurgaPrasad Potnuru
Vinayak,
Please check following thread in OO forums
https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?t=32168

Basically, steps are as follows:
1, Unsubscribe from current list
2, Subscribe to digest list in case you like to receive digest mails
instead of each email as you are receive from current subscription
3, It is also possible to look at all discussions without subscribing to
any list.

For details on how to please check the thread in given link.


On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 8:39 AM, vinayak mahajan <[hidden email]>
wrote:

>
> 12 jan 18
>
>
> Please guide me to unsubscribe the news letters, and daily emails being
> received from users of open office.
>
>
> I tried the link but could not stop the emails flow . About 5 to 10
> unwanted emails are being received in my inbox.
>
> thank you
>
> v  p mahajan
>
>
> india
>
> Sent from Outlook<http://aka.ms/weboutlook>
>
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Re: How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

Helen Pitt
Hello,


I have been trying to unsubscribe from time to time, for about two years, nothing I do works and I continue to receive a gazillion emails most weeks. It`s very tiresome and if I object I generally receive really abusive mails from various people unknown, telling me how incredibly stupid I am.  So good luck!





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From: DurgaPrasad Potnuru <[hidden email]>
Sent: 12 January 2018 03:26
To: OAUsers
Subject: Re: How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

Vinayak,
Please check following thread in OO forums
https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fforum.openoffice.org%2Fen%2Fforum%2Fviewtopic.php%3Ft%3D32168&data=02%7C01%7C%7Cce2fd8bdc7c34c53c50d08d5596c4c93%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C636513244021074102&sdata=yC6orF3UyYbfFKAy0pFIuKyFw%2B6r%2F9gVHM846d3wA%2Fc%3D&reserved=0

Basically, steps are as follows:
1, Unsubscribe from current list
2, Subscribe to digest list in case you like to receive digest mails
instead of each email as you are receive from current subscription
3, It is also possible to look at all discussions without subscribing to
any list.

For details on how to please check the thread in given link.


On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 8:39 AM, vinayak mahajan <[hidden email]>
wrote:

>
> 12 jan 18
>
>
> Please guide me to unsubscribe the news letters, and daily emails being
> received from users of open office.
>
>
> I tried the link but could not stop the emails flow . About 5 to 10
> unwanted emails are being received in my inbox.
>
> thank you
>
> v  p mahajan
>
>
> india
>
> Sent from Outlook<https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Faka.ms%2Fweboutlook&data=02%7C01%7C%7Cce2fd8bdc7c34c53c50d08d5596c4c93%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C636513244021074102&sdata=GQRxphzOxs%2FZiADmp24hKGHuDNxfupsdBXms9rDHz%2BM%3D&reserved=0>
>
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Re: How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

Brian Barker
At 05:49 12/01/2018 +0000, Helen Pitt wrote:
>I have been trying to unsubscribe from time to time, for about two
>years, nothing I do works and I continue to receive a gazillion
>emails most weeks. It's very tiresome and if I object I generally
>receive really abusive mails from various people unknown, telling me
>how incredibly stupid I am.

I was preparing to offer you help with this, but then I realised that
you had written before. You sent a query about OpenOffice a year ago,
hijacking an existing, unrelated thread. In my reply, I gently
pointed out that you would be unpopular with others (not with me, in
fact) if you did this, and also that it could be counterproductive to
your obtaining any help.

Your query asked about creating a second slide in a presentation. I
provided carefully laid out, detailed help on various ways to do
this. Since you were evidently a beginner, not only with using a
mailing list but also with OpenOffice and its various help
facilities, I mentioned the built-in help as well as giving you a
link to the Impress Guide available from the web site (including a
page reference). To avoid embarrassment to you, I replied privately.
(I'm now risking complaints from some others by admitting this in
this public message.) My experience is sufficient for me to be
confident that the advice I gave was accurate and valuable. I was not
abusive nor did I in any way suggest or imply that you were "stupid".

I received no thanks - but that's perfectly OK, of course: there is
no need and I don't expect it. But you did reply, and the total of
your reply was to write "Oh bog off you sanctimonious, unhelpful
twat." (I apologise for repeating such disgusting language to the
list, but my point would be lost without it.) I know this because I
still have the relevant mail messages.

I don't condone anyone's behaviour if they really have been abusive
to you or called you "stupid", but this record shows that the idea
that you are sweetness and light and being unfairly treated by others
is not the whole story. The responsibility to conduct oneself in an
adult and courteous manner applies to you as well as to anyone trying
to help you. This mailing list generally operates without abuse; it's
unfortunate when anyone behaves as you did.

As I say, I was considering helping you with your current wish to
unsubscribe from the list, but other readers may understand why I now
choose not to. But I do note that the OpenOffice web site gives very
full instructions, *including what to do if you are having
difficulties*, so the solution to your problem was and is always
there for you to read.

Brian Barker  


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RE: How to unsubscribe from daily emails received

arbitrator
Public discussion groups like this attract genuine contributors but they
also attract "Trolls" who may be merely critical but can be abusive or even
threatening.  It's something one must accept as the cost of public
availability. There is a link <[hidden email]
<mailto:[hidden email]> > on this page.  Doesn't
it work?

 

With kind regards,

An occasional reader

 

 

 

At 05:49 12/01/2018 +0000, Helen Pitt wrote:

>I have been trying to unsubscribe from time to time, for about two

>years, nothing I do works and I continue to receive a gazillion emails

>most weeks. It's very tiresome and if I object I generally receive

>really abusive mails from various people unknown, telling me how

>incredibly stupid I am.

 

I was preparing to offer you help with this, but then I realised that you
had written before. You sent a query about OpenOffice a year ago, hijacking
an existing, unrelated thread. In my reply, I gently pointed out that you
would be unpopular with others (not with me, in

fact) if you did this, and also that it could be counterproductive to your
obtaining any help.

 

Your query asked about creating a second slide in a presentation. I
provided carefully laid out, detailed help on various ways to do this.
Since you were evidently a beginner, not only with using a mailing list but
also with OpenOffice and its various help facilities, I mentioned the
built-in help as well as giving you a link to the Impress Guide available
from the web site (including a page reference). To avoid embarrassment to
you, I replied privately.

(I'm now risking complaints from some others by admitting this in this
public message.) My experience is sufficient for me to be confident that
the advice I gave was accurate and valuable. I was not abusive nor did I in
any way suggest or imply that you were "stupid".

 

I received no thanks - but that's perfectly OK, of course: there is no need
and I don't expect it. But you did reply, and the total of your reply was
to write "Oh bog off you sanctimonious, unhelpful twat." (I apologise for
repeating such disgusting language to the list, but my point would be lost
without it.) I know this because I still have the relevant mail messages.

 

I don't condone anyone's behaviour if they really have been abusive to you
or called you "stupid", but this record shows that the idea that you are
sweetness and light and being unfairly treated by others is not the whole
story. The responsibility to conduct oneself in an adult and courteous
manner applies to you as well as to anyone trying to help you. This mailing
list generally operates without abuse; it's unfortunate when anyone behaves
as you did.

 

As I say, I was considering helping you with your current wish to
unsubscribe from the list, but other readers may understand why I now
choose not to. But I do note that the OpenOffice web site gives very full
instructions, *including what to do if you are having difficulties*, so the
solution to your problem was and is always there for you to read.

 

Brian Barker  

 

 

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