On Sat, 31 Jan 2004 mortbox@gamebox.net wrote:

> i've asked to be removed countless times. here's another message that
> i didn't want. it's really not that hard to remove somebody is it...


No, its not that difficult. Why not follow the procedure provided at the
end of the message?

With rare exceptions, the unsubscribe procedure is the same regardless of
the subscription list management software being used. Address you request
to the following.

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Enter unsubscribe as the subject. Enter the following lines in the body of
the message.

unsubscribe
end

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following two lines in the body of the message.

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As you can see, it is, indeed, simple. Now that you've learned how to
forward a message to a mailing list, you should be able to take the next
major step on your way to becoming a useful and productive member of the
Internet society: unsubscribing from a mailing list.

Merton Campbell Crockett

>
> This is a forwarded message
> From: Dave Augustus
> To: squid-users@squid-cache.org
> Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2004, 2:51:11 PM
> Subject: [squid-users] Squidalyzer Database Size
>
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> Using Squidalyzer now for 30 days, our mysql db has grown to >700Mb and
> recently, the report page timesout when doing queries.
>
> I am *sure* I am not the only one experiencing this- Any ideas on how to
> handle this.
>
> (The only thing that comes to mind is to *rotate* the db each week and
> build a frontend for Squidalyzer to select which db to look at.)
>
> --Dave
>
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