It’s currently not possible to remove subscribers from your site. Subscribers can remove themselves by clicking on the “Manage Susbcriptions” at the bottom of each notification email, but you cannot block access to your site, or remove existing subscribers from Jetpack Subscriptions.
As long as your site is public, this subscriber would be able to follow your site via RSS or subscribe to your posts again, so we haven’t implemented such feature yet.
Surely there must be a way to remove email addresses that are known spammers or addresses that are known to be invalid simply because the user has changed their e-mail address. To have to continue to get error messages because of invalid addresses is, respectively, insane.
To have to continue to get error messages because of invalid addresses is, respectively, insane.
Could you give me more details about this? Since Jetpack notification emails are sent from WordPress.com servers, you shouldn’t see any error messages on your site. If you do, I’d be happy to investigate further and look into what could cause the problem.
I apologize…profusely. While working on a couple of websites and a bulletin board all at the same time, I crossed wires … or issues, and created an entirely new problem where one did not exist. My bad. Though I still think it might be a good idea to allow cleaning of one’s subscriber list.