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unsubscribe

To cancel a service. It is often possible to unsubscribe to an email service by typing the word "unsubscribe" into a reply message. Contrast with subscribe. See opt-out.
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New York [United States], January 17 ( ANI ): We all have had at least one instance of subscribing to some service which is free for a trial period but forgot to unsubscribe before the billing begins.
According to a report from Android Police, with the new feature, Gmail will give users helpful suggestions so that they can unsubscribe from those mailing lists with the tap of a button.
Don't you wish you could also unsubscribe from nagging temptations that attempt to lure you away from Jesus?
So I have to scroll all the way to the bottom of the email and in tiny-tiny writing it says 'Unsubscribe?'.
2017 has brought an exhausting barrage of information tossed at our faces and brains, and that's why my national unsubscribe days this year felt so good.
Too many emails, on the other hand, will give your list a severe headache...forget the bottle of aspirin, though.They'll just unsubscribe."
Regardless of whether they are happy customers, consumers unsubscribe from email marketing lists and opt out of campaigns for much the same reasons, according to a study from MarketingSherpa.
Paying attention to your unsubscribe rate is essential to make sure your contact list isn't decreasing too rapidly.
Unroll.me, a service designed to help users unsubscribe from newsletters and emails from subscription services, has been (http://blog.unroll.me/we-can-do-better/) selling user data to the very companies from which it helps users unsubscribe.
A new book, Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distraction and Get Real Work Done, claims email addiction is a time-wasting epidemic in the modern workplace.
These types of CEMs are excluded from the provisions of CASL except that they must conform to the rules about providing sender identity information and an unsubscribe mechanism so that the recipient can opt not to receive future CEMs.