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On 15 Dec 2004, at 3:04, Hanno Mueller wrote:
>> I think a simple e-mail to John will suffice. A few months ago, I was
>> getting requests from John to join one of those network websites. I
>> sent him an e-mail that I was uninterested and to please stop sending
>> me automatic requests. He replied if my request was for a permanent
>> stop which I replied that it was and that was that.
> I wish it were that simple. I have asked John several times in the past
> to remove me from his list. He usually answers by acting dumb and/or
> flaming me. He has told me several times that I am "not on any list",
> yet I keep receiving his messages.
> Only today I have received *yet another* of his unsolicited "please
> confirm your contact details" messages. I have just complained to him
> and received yet another flame reply from him.
I've had the same experiences (repeated contact queries, requests for
removal, dumb and/or flaming responses), including the message
today...with the exception that he has not (yet) responded to my latest
pointed request for removal.
> What an odd guy.
A more charitable description than what I would be likely to construct.
Does anyone know whether he's re-subscribed to SOCNET? (I seem to
recall that he'd agreed to leave after the last round of this mess.)
I've noticed that the list of SOCNET subscribers is no longer available
(the instructions on http://www.insna.org/INSNA/socnet.html
notwithstanding), but I suppose that he could be working off an old
email@example.com...Obscurium Per Obscurius...www.ics.uci.edu/~jmadden
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