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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Mail List issues


Hi Charles, *,

Charles Marcus schrieb:
On 2011-03-11 9:52 AM, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
Charles Marcus schrieb:

So change the footer to something like:

Unsubscribe: E-mail to discuss+unsubscribe@documentfoundation.org
List Help: E-mail to discuss+help@documentfoundation.org
Archive: http://listarchives.documentfoundation.org/www/discuss/
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minor change of line 2:
I'd like rather:
List Help: visit http://nice-url.libreoffice.org

Fine with me...

Uff! :o))

If some day someone provides me with http://nice-url.libreoffice.org
I'll go and change footers as avised since january.

I'm confused... you're ok with making the change, but won't do so
until the list help is converted from the *current* email format to a
web page?

That doesn't make sense - these are two separate issues... if you can
make the change, please do so, then once a web page help is created,
you can change line 2 to the web link...

You're right 2 seperate things. But for me: 2 times start action, which
I don't like. It's nearly double work. My offer is to sit down and do
the work *once* if all is fine. There is a big agenda waiting. You might
remember: We're working on setting up the DVD environment.

Of course, each list should have the correct unsub link in its
footer.

like it's already the case with the this-list+help and is also the
case in the mail sent to this-list+help@lang.domain.tld

That's a link to the *help* email...

To unsubscribe from the digest of this list send a message to:
[..]
================</reply> ================

note: clickable Link!!

That brings up a new *email* message...

indeed.

I'm talking about a link that, with one click, takes you to a *web*
page that simply says something like "You have been unsubscribed from
this-list - if this was in error, click 'here' to resubscribe."

Ah, didn't get that - but I still prefer: click here to confirm! ;o))

This is how many, many unsub links work...

Now got it. As Florian wrote: isn't implemented yet.

Hey... in fact, many unsub links in  the email footer itself takes you
to a secure confirmation *web page*, where you can then click the
'Yes, really unsub me now!' button...

I like that idea much better now that I think of it...

ditto

There really is no reasonable, rational argument against adding
this one liner to the footer.

Your right - it's waiting since weeks ;o))

but I share Christian's concerns, that changing the first line
causes as much trouble as it avoids.

I have seen no - ZERO - reasonable explanation as to how this causes
*more* trouble... please reiterate...

O.K.: All subscribers not subscribed for "normal" mail will get
trouble. recall: no universal unsubscribe for whatever subscription
available.

I'll bet making these three changes will resolve at least half of
the problems people have, if not more.

Guess: Lost!! ;o))

Not at all... I win this one hands down...

With all requirements satisfied - maybe. :o)).


Gruß/regards
-- 
Friedrich
Libreoffice-Box http://libreofficebox.org/
LibreOffice and more on CD/DVD images
(german version already started)




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