Cancels a subscription. An event subscriber tells the notification service to stop relaying notifications for the specified event.
The option given (usually as a text link) to an email recipient so they can request that their email address be removed from the subscriber list.
To cancel a service such as the delivery of an email newsletter or mailing list. In Campaigner an unsubscriber is a person who has asked to be taken off your mailing list.
To remove yourself from a mailing list
To leave, sign off from, or quit a discussion group, interest group, listserv list, or mailing list. You use the term when writing commands to end a relationship with a discussion group or to remove a Usenet newsgroup from the list of those you would regularly read.
This means to cancel your membership in a newsgroup or mailing list.
To remove your name from a mailing list or Usenet newsgroup to which you have subscribed.
When the owner of an email address unsubscribes, this indicates that the individual no longer wishes to receive emails from your organization. People can unsubscribe either by clicking the "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of each email sent through our system, or by replying to the email with the word "Unsubscribe" in the subject line.
To remove oneself from an email list, either via an emailed command to the list server or by filling in a Web form.
To remove a newsgroup from the list of groups you desire to read.
To remove a newsgroup from your newsreader's active list. If you unsubscribe, you will no longer see the newsgroup when you open your newsreader. You can always subscribe again.
A term used in a command to leave, signoff, or quit from a discussion group, interest group, or mailing list. The term is also used to remove a Usenet newsgroup from the list of those you would regularly read.
To request to be removed from a specific list or newsletter.
list [ address] Use this command to unsubscribe from list. Without the optional address argument, this command will attempt to unsubscribe the sender of the message from the list. Otherwise, it will attempt to unsubscribe address from the list. Unsubscription is not guaranteed. It may require the approval of the list owner, and you probably can't unsubscribe someone else without approval. Also, if you are trying to unsubscribe yourself, you must either write from the same address from which you originally subscribed, or you must specify that address in the address field.
Users may cancel their memberships on mailing lists by using the unsubscribe command. See the Using Majordomo page for more information. Some lists require the approval of the list owner for a user to unsubscribe. The owner of a list may approve an unsubscription with the approve command. See the Managing your Majordomo List page for more information. See also: subscribe.
The act of having oneself removed from a list.
When someone leaves a listserv and no longer wishes to receive email from that listserv.
A mechanism enabling email recipients to remove themselves from a mailing list.
To remove oneself from an email list, usually using some kind of email command
Remove name from an e-mail list
To cancel a subscription to an online publication or email list.
Process of removing an e-mail name and address from a mailing list. 2.34