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  • 1.  So what was the solution...

    Posted May 19, 2022 09:12 AM

    ... to getting two marketing emails from IDUG?  I get one at my old rbs.co.uk domain and another at my new natwest.com one.  TBH I could do with getting neither but would quite like the rbs.co.uk one to disappear from someone's books.

     

    Guess I can just wait for the bank to retire the old format email addresses.

     

    Suggestions/reminders?

     

    Cheers,

     

     

    Raymond

    Raymond Bell
    Db2 Database Administrator, Mainframe Services, Core Solutions, Technology

    I use he/him pronouns

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    raymond.bell@natwest.com
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    250 Bishopsgate | London | EC2M 4AA

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  • 2.  RE: So what was the solution...

    Posted May 19, 2022 09:25 AM
    Hi Raymond,

    just checked: there is only one, the natwest one, in your IDUG profile. So whoever uses the old email address has a caching issue and is using stale data! ;-)
    And if you don't want to receive these emails, go to your profile, preferences and opt-out.

    cheers

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    Roland Schock
    IBM Champion and IBM Gold Consultant
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  • 3.  RE: So what was the solution...

    Posted May 19, 2022 09:39 AM

    Hi Roland,

     

    Thanks for that.  The 'who' in this case is IDUG itself (idug@idug.org).  Just got two emails, both entitled, 'Boston is Calling – Join IDUG at 2022 NA Db2!'.  So might be a case of physician, heal thyself.  ��

     

    Speaking of which, I've just said No to Promotional Emails.  So should be a moot point from now anyway.

     

    Cheers,

     

     

    Raymond