Actually, I gathered from BDalton's comments that he has talked to this individual in person and he/she supposedly wants the emails delivered. But the reply came from someone else not wanting to receive emails (perhaps someone not even of our faith).jdlessley wrote:Both addresses may be owned by the same person. You may have to contact the individual to see if that is the situation. It is possible to receive a message using one address and reply using another. Just consider e-mail forwarding, disposable e-mail addresses and techniques for disguising e-mail addresses.
In situations where I get requests such as the one you recieved to have their name removed from 'my' mailing list I respond with a message like this. "I am sorry for the inconvenience caused. You are receiving these messages because you have elected to belong to the group list(s) at your unit's web site for which these messages were sent. You can remove yourself from these group lists by editing your user profile for you unit's web site. Only you can edit your user profile and make these changes. It is not accessible by web site administrators. To edit you user profile ..." I then explain the procedure to edit a user profile.
Although, it could be that this individual has a severe case of split personality!