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Re: no response from listmaster

References: <[🔎] loom.20151213T181726-251@post.gmane.org>,
<[🔎] 201512131729.22307.lisi.reisz@gmail.com>

> On Sunday 13 December 2015 17:18:32 Steve Kleene wrote:
> > My address (skdeb@syrano.acb.uc.edu) has been unsubscribed from the
> > debian-user mailing list.  I understand why.  I took the address down for a
> > few days for reasons that are now irrelevant (but can be related if anyone
> > cares).  Because mails from lists.debian.org were bouncing, they
> > unsubscribed me.  A note from listmaster@lists.debian.org on Dec 8 notified
> > me of this and said, "You are welcome to contact us".  I wrote to that
> > address twice (Dec 8 and 9).  The mails were not returned to me; I have
> > received no response; and I'm still unsubscribed.
> >
> > Do any of you know of another administrator or ombudsman who might actually
> > respond?  Thanks.

On Sun Dec 13 12:29:31 2015, Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@gmail.com> replied:

> Why not just resubscribe - much simpler.

Thanks, but that's a whole can of worms I had hoped (in vain) not to reopen.
Last month I did a thread ("problem e-mailing debian groups") on that and was
unable to find a solution.  My e-mails to debian-user@lists.debian.org and
debian-admin@lists.debian.org DO bounce, apparently because my employer
mishandles sender callback verification.  (Having said that, I don't
understand why no one but lists.debian.org bounces my e-mails.)  My employer
only wants to support Microsoft Outlook or Exchange and wishes I didn't run a
mail server at all.  So I'm on my own.

Since listmaster@lists.debian.org does not bounce my mails, I expected to
work with someone there.  I was hoping someone here might have an idea what
it takes to get their attention, or how to contact someone else who might be

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