Re: ANNOUNCE: Mailing list move complete

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On Wed, Nov 01, 2023 at 06:04:17PM +0100, Zeeshan Ali Khan wrote:
> > In my original announcement[1] I mentioned that people would need to manually
> > re-subscribe. Due to a mixup in communications, our IT admins went ahead and
> > migrated across the existing entire subscriber base for all lists. Thus there
> > is NO need to re-subscribe to any of the lists. If you were doing filtering
> > of mail, you may need to update filters for the new list ID matches.
> This fuckup would be acceptable if we had an easy way to unsubscribe.
> As I wrote to you in a private email, that is not the case.
> I tried to create an account to unsubscribe but since I never received
> the confirmation email, I'm now stuck in the limbo state of having an
> account but unable to login. The irony of a mailing list failing to
> send out an important email, is not lost on me either. (Yes, I did
> check my spam folder).

I'm sorry you've had difficulty.

FWIW I've just tested both the web UI registration and confirmation
email receipt, along with the $LIST-leave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and
$LIST-join@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx aliases, from a personal email addr and
all of them appear to be working as expected, albeit with some time
delays upto 20/30 mins on some mails.

> Please unsubscribe me.

I've removed you from announce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx as that's the only
one I saw your email address subscribed to.

If anyone else has difficulty subscribing / unsubscribing / registering
on the web UI please let us know and we'll do our best to help.

With regards,
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