[Veterans Business Network SDVOB Set Asides] You can also unsubscribe by sending email to Wired-request@freelists.org with "unsubscribe" in the Subject. RE: UNSUBSCRIBE ME RIGHT NOW

  • From: "John Kolsun" <john.kolsun@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <Wired-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 15:41:30 -0400

Mr. Hendy, 

Please be nice.  You were a member of a previous mailing list that was
transferred to  <mailto:wired@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wired@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx  Since
every email you have received has included easy to follow directions to
unsubscribe, frankly I do not understand your hostility.  I will now follow
the directions that were proved to you.  They were ".How do I unsubscribe
from a list?                    Why was I subscribed to a list?   Generally,
the easiest way to perform common actions on a list is to use the list's
Info Page, which is located at http://www.freelists.org/list/wired.  You
receive a confirmation email, be sure to reply to it to complete the
subscription process.   You can also unsubscribe by sending email to
Wired-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx  with "unsubscribe" in the Subject.   Obviously,
both of these methods require that you know what the list name is. If you
don't know, just look at where the messages you're receiving from the list
are being addressed. The To: header will contain Wired@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Usually, an "unexpected" subscription is the result of the list you're on
having been moved from another mailing list provider to FreeLists. You were
subscribed to the list before but not receiving email from it, and now you
suddenly are. This is a common problem.   Sometimes, you'll be mistakenly
subscribed by the list owner.   And sometimes, you simply forgot that you
subscribed, or subscribed yourself without realizing it. It's ok, it
happens. :)  

 

 

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From: David Hendy [mailto:hazwoper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 3:38 PM
To: wired@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: john.kolsun@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: UNSUBSCRIBE ME RIGHT NOW

 

UNSUBSCRIBE ME PLEASE I DON'T WANT YOUR EMAILS AT ALL STOP!

 

 

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From: wired-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wired-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of John Kolsun
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2007 8:52 AM
To: WIRED@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Veterans Business Network SDVOB Set Asides] Reaching Out To
Micro-Business SDVOB's not listed at www.VetBizNetwork.net
Importance: High

John Here,

 

I have found Saturday morning is the best time to reach out to
Micro-Business SDVOB's.  This email will not reach the registered Federal
Buyers and most medium size SDVOB's are closed today.

 

The www.VetBizNetwork.net <http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/>  needs
Micro-Business SDVOB's.  If your previous Federal Bidding Experience was
bidding is something you would rather forget, we're asking you to take a
look at our concept this weekend.  We Team and We Team and then We Team.
The fact is we are behind the eight ball, . in size the average SDVOB is
smaller, has less capitol and frankly most do not want to be the Prime
Contractor.

 

Micro-Business SDVOB's, we have a need for you on the www.VetBizNetwork.net
<http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/>  Teams.  Please pay us a visit.

 

John  

 

 

 

 

SDVOB Pre-solicitation Set-Asides as well as today's Sources Sought have
been listed at www.VetBizNetwork.net <http://www.vetbiznetwork.net/> 

 

How do I unsubscribe from a list?                    Why was I subscribed to
a list? 

Generally, the easiest way to perform common actions on a list is to use the
list's Info Page, which is located at http://www.freelists.org/list/wired. 

You can also unsubscribe by sending email to Wired-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
with "unsubscribe" in the Subject. 

Obviously, both of these methods require that you know what the list name
is. If you don't know, just look at where the messages you're receiving from
the list are being addressed. The To: header will contain
Wired@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

Usually, an "unexpected" subscription is the result of the list you're on
having been moved from another mailing list provider to FreeLists. You were
subscribed to the list before but not receiving email from it, and now you
suddenly are. This is a common problem. 

Sometimes, you'll be mistakenly subscribed by the list owner. 

And sometimes, you simply forgot that you subscribed, or subscribed yourself
without realizing it. It's ok, it happens. :)  

 

 

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