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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: Going Away for a while
Date: Thu, 2 Jun 1994 15:25:12 -0500
As of Saturday, June 4rd, I'll be limiting my access. I'll be taking
down my home workstation and moving it to campus so that it can become
Vorlon later this month, thus, I will not have dialup access.

In addition, my new computer hasn't arrived yet, and I don't expect it
until sometime during the week of the 13th, so I'll be relatively netless
unless I walk over to the computer lab. I furthermore don't expect
Vorlon to come fully online until the week of the 20th. When it does
come up and appears stable, I'll be moving my address, but I'll make the
appropriate announcements and hayden@******* will be set to forward.

In the meantime, if you have any administrative issues, you shoudl
address them to Doom. As a matter of fact, the list has been changed so
that now Doom is the only person that is getting error messages.

If you have any questions specifically for me, feel free to ask, but it
will take a little longer than usual for me to get back to you as I won't
be online as much.

Sometime around the 15th, I will be posting the final tally of T-shirt
orderees and then will go get them printed. Depending how long the
printers take, shirts should be mailed out by the 1st week of July. For
U.S. people, they will take about three days to deliver, for
international it will be about 10 business days.

If you have any questions that need immediate responses, ask now, as you
have only two days to reach me.

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