> Seems this fellow has the odd distinction of possessing an email system
> that searches the world for unwanted subscriptions to annoying listservs
> and then signs him up without his consent.
> I've unsubscribed him.
> Calling UC Berkeley blind sounds like a real hoot and a half...
> At 04:45 PM 02/28/2000 -0800, you wrote:
> >I apologize for broadcasting this to the entire listproc, but it seems this
> >is the only way to deal with this problem. I did not subscribe to this
> >listproc and have no interest in the subject matter, but messages have been
> >flooding my mailbox for several days. I have tried to contact the library
> >at UC Berkeley since early this morning but all I get are recorded messages.
> >I have tried going through the campus operator and have received three
> >recorded messages indicating no one is available to take the call, have been
> >disconnected twice, have been transferred to another recorded message, then
> >eventually reached a live person who resorted to cursing after I suggested
> >she find someone to whom I should speak.
> >If any human being actually resides at UC Berkeley, I would appeal to you to
> >PLEASE TAKE ME OFF THIS LISTPROC.
> >Thank you,
> >J. Mark Jones
> >Database Administration,
> > Administrative Computing
> >California State University, Sacramento
> Gary Handman
> Media Resources Center
> Moffitt Library
> UC Berkeley 94720-6000
> "Everything wants to become television" (James Ulmer -- Teletheory)