CoDA Email Lists - Change In Unsubscription Method

 
From: "[list_settings.list_name]" <codalist@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA Email Lists - Change In Unsubscription Method
Date: August 7th 2013

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We're sending you this email to let you know of a change in our email list software's unsubscription process.

You can no longer unsubscribe on the website. The only way to unsubscribe at this time is to click the unsubscribe link in the email you receive. If for any reason that doesn't work; please email codalist@codependents.org or respond to any list email & I can unsubscribe you manually.

We apologize for this change; it was made by the programmer to be more fully in compliance with USA law.

We are sending this announcement to each of the 4 active lists; I apologize if you receive it more than once. The reason would be that you are subscribed to multiple lists.

                          Geff R
                          CoDA Email List Co-coordinator

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