One would think that such a procedure would be foolproof, but there's
always a better fool. I can't count the number of times I've seen just
such a question asked in a mailing list which attaches unsubscribe
instructions at the footer of each message.
I guess Artificial Intelligence is no match for
natural stupidity :-)
Well, onelist.com (which is what we are talking about here)
invites the stupidity. That's probably even more stupid.
First, you need web access (and I believe more than just lynx)
to get off their mailing lists. That's like having to use your
TV remote control to turn off your car radio. Yeah, I have one,
but it's not usually in the car.
Second, when you get there, God help you if you've forgotten
your password (or the exact address under which you're subscribed--
though other lists have this latter problem also).
It's clearly much easier to just complain to that type of list
until the list owner notices and unsubscribes you. (Or change
your procmail script to start bouncing that list's mail, to
head back towards "on topic" :-)