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Re: Unsuccessful unsubscribe request

Hoyt Bailey wrote:
I was in error about having no way to copy the headers.  Here is the latest
header I received.

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Hope this helps;

I'm surprised you didn't see it yourself. You need to send the unsub message to debian-user-digest-request@lists.debian.org
Joseph A. Nagy, Jr.
Student at Motlow State Community College
Political Activist Extrodinaire
The only fallacy is the inaction on our part to stave off the worst of horrors, the stripping of personal freedom.

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