Allow e-mail unsubscribe
I have received three e-mails in one day from azure. One about downtime (I have no services right now), and two advertising features. None of these e-mails have unsubscribe buttons, and I cannot find a way to suppress them in the account page. All contact checkboxes are un-checked.
Thank you everyone for your feedback. The email in question is called "Product and service updates” that is sent every two weeks. While it does not currently have an unsubscribe link, the team is
actively working to resolve the issue. Thank you for your patience.
Offer Great Content and a Valuable Email Product
Be Sure to Process Opt-Outs or Email Unsubscribe Requests in a Timely Manner
Allow Users to Unsubscribe from Individual Lists or to Universally Unsubscribe
Offer Multiple Channels to Unsubscribe
The Unsubscribe Confirmation Email
Poor Microsoft not respecting GDPR: should we attack them?
NO Skjoner jeg er svert intresert i nor artiklene komer so jeg for sete I gang med jobben min for no har jeg ventet so lenge kan dere igji meg en peke pin nor tids det komer
I agree with the previous comment. I am forced every 2 weeks to receive a useless newsletter for which I cannot unsubscribe. What a joke! A bad one.
To my opinion, this is a serious violation of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be reinforced tomorrow, 25 May 2018, and basically states that I should have an easy way to unsubscribe from unwanted e-mails.
Privacy by default: meaning: simply stop e-mailing from now, fix the issue and make an option to actively enable (not disable) the concerned "Product and service updates" email subscription.
ياخوي اخذ الحساب وفلها
لكن بدون ذكر اسمي ورقمي
اتمني منك ماتستخدم رقمي بليز وفرصه سعيده تعرفت عليك
وهذا رقمي عندك واعتبرني صديق
جوالي حساباتي توقفت مااقول الا الله يسامحك في هذا اليوم الفضيل قل تم عاد
Quiero mi contraseña
Théo MASSARD commented
"Actively working to resolve the issue", Feb 14, 2018. Nearly 3 months later, still no unsubscribe link. Are you going to do something before May 24th?
I am an EU citizen and I shall be bringing up this misfeature of Azure under the GDPR legislation.
Have a nice day.
An unsubscribe link should be made a available to *all* Microsoft emails, including but not limited to Azure and Visual Studio subscription forced emails. These emails are incredible canyoning.
the illegality here is astounding. we should bring this to the EU.
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So I found a work around, if you reply to the email, you get an auto generated email back which has a link to a web form, which allows you to request another link which gives you control over communications!
kadar gyorgy commented
Je kadar gyorgy, HONGRIE personne.
je no bon parle,francais,anglais et allemand.
s il vous plait un email adresse,un requete email microsoft - centre.
merci kadar gyorgy strasbourg.
After FOUR years, the main topic is finally read by Microsoft. FOUR YEARS!!
Wow. You suck. How does this not violate the CAN-SPAM act? And don't thank me for my patience, because I have none.
seriously how is this not spam mail!
Greg Ennis commented
Azure is the ONLY emails I get that do NOT have unsubscribe. I am now marking them as spam. STOP
Forward them onto the FCC