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But what I don't understand is, you're so adamant about contracts
and violations and such, yet this capability (or feature) of
sending blast messages to (overriding) nomail users has been
around ever since the admin could select one or more nomail users
and sending them a message as special notice (we are only talking
about special notices). Others also suggested doing just that
(using the member list way to send the special notice), and yet
it's suddenly an issue now. I'm sorry but I just don't get it.
On 2021-07-24 18:44, J_Catlady via
On Sat, Jul 24, 2021 at 03:39 PM, Christos Psarras wrote:
it's the same exact thing as an admin selecting
the NoMail users and sending those folks a message.
Which, again, is violating the contract. I might leave a group
that let me choose no-email and then violated that. It's like you
unsub from a mailing list and then get their blast emails anyway.
A personal email might be a different story, sent just to that
individual. But the proposed feature is to specifically allow
violation of a member's no-email choice and send a blast email to
everyone, "overriding" the no-email.
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