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Guido Ferraro <crs@****.unito.it>
Re: ADMIN: Testing.
Sat, 18 Nov 1995 17:46:52 +0000 (CUT)
On Sat, 18 Nov 1995, Gurth wrote:
> Mark Imbriaco said on17 Nov 95... > >> Haven't seen any messages around here for a few days, so >> I thought I'd make sure everyone was still alive. J.D., >> you getting this? > > > The list seems to work, but traffic is rather slow on this one... > > -- > Gurth@******.nl - http://www.xs4all.nl/~gurth/index.html > They're just a bunch of kids with growing pains, > they'll probably all be doctors and lawyers someday. > -> NERPS Project Leader & Unofficial Shadowrun Guru <- >
Yes, the list is working fine now... thanks Mark.
BTW, I must apologize for being too much of a lurker recently - I'm working on my thesis and the time on hand for other pursuits is not much... anyways, I'm working on a piece for the current project. I'll send the registration form once it's done.
> Mark Imbriaco said on17 Nov 95... > > > Haven't seen any messages around here for a few days, so > > I thought I'd make sure everyone was still alive. J.D., > > you getting this? > > The list seems to work, but traffic is rather slow on this one...
Didn't get Mark's message, but I got Gurth's response now that I'm double-subscribed. Perhaps listproc simply doesn't like sending stuff out to the list administrator.
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"Mark A. Imbriaco" <mark@******.net>
Tue, 30 Jan 1996 13:38:46 -0500
Testing the list archival feature that was just installed..
These messages were posted a long time ago on a mailing list far, far away. The copyright to their contents probably lies with the original authors of the individual messages, but since they were published in an electronic forum that anyone could subscribe to, and the logs were available to subscribers and most likely non-subscribers as well, it's felt that re-publishing them here is a kind of public service.