Re: [asa] stopping unwanted e-mails

From: David Clounch <>
Date: Tue Nov 24 2009 - 22:37:01 EST

Cameron, to me it really comes down to one thing. Do you trust that the ASA
management performed their duties in a proper fashion? If so, then it
seems they should have been able to ask her to take everyone off her
harassment list, and she would have complied. But she didn't. So who are
you going to believe? Them or her?
If it is them, then why lift a finger to legitimize her actions?

On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 6:06 PM, Allan Harvey <> wrote:

> Cameron wrote:
> ------
> Dear All:
> For what it's worth, I wrote privately to Ms. Matchett a few weeks ago, a
> very brief but entirely polite note asking her to take my name off her "ASA
> mailing list", as I no longer wished to receive her posts. I did not say
> anything against her, or against her views, or against her posts, but merely
> indicated that I did not wish to receive them. She replied, reasonably,
> politely and succinctly: "Of course"; I have not received anything from her
> since. I recommend trying this approach before trying anything more drastic.
> It may be that she will remove from her distribution list any individual who
> asks, without giving any trouble at all. If that is the case, then this is a
> privately resolvable matter which need not occupy our public discussion any
> longer.
> Cameron.
> -------
> FWIW, I had a similar experience to Cameron several months ago. I
> sent something like "please remove me from whatever mailing list you are
> using" and since then have not received any email at all from Janice, or
> from her sock puppet "Lynn Walker". Not to defend her behavior, but it
> seems pretty easy to avoid the irritant.
> Allan Harvey (ASA Member)

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