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Add action buttons to unsubscribe from mailing lists

In the Memo form, add action buttons to control subscriptions for the mailing list.

Newsletter emails contain MIME field like "List-Unsubscribe" providing  a URI (mailto: or https:) to unsubscribe; "List-Owner" to contact the owner of the mailing list, "List-Archive" to access the archive...

It would be an easy way for the user to manage its subscriptions (sometimes, the "unsubscribe" function is somewhat hidden...).

More information on https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4021

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  • Feb 20 2020
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    Guest commented
    20 Feb 02:01pm

    Spams should not be visible in the mailbox. They should be blocked by mecanisms running before Domino and by local firewall modules.

    This idea is for the real and useful newsletters and mailing lists. My users (and myself) are subscribing and unsubscribing to/from mailing lists regularly over the years depending on the projects they are working on.

    Having a mailbox aware of this kind of emails is just a nice-to-have functionality, like tracking Amazon orders, flights, etc.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    20 Feb 09:06am

    Unsubscribing from mailing lists ist just proofing that the recipient mail address is valid. Spamers are already using this trick to get more confirmed email addresses from all those people who think that unsubscribing will fix the spam issue.