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Subject: Re: More from CIS (fwd)
From: "Henry W. Miller" <henrym @ sacto . mp . usbr . gov>
Date: Thu, 08 Aug 1996 10:05:19 PDT
To: chris @ rivers . dra . hmg . gb
Cc: List-Managers @ GreatCircle . COM, henrym @ sacto . mp . usbr . gov

> From:	MX%"chris @
 rivers .
 dra .
 hmg .
 gb"  8-AUG-1996 09:45:05.01
> Subj:	Re: More from CIS (fwd)

> In message <m0uoUQN-000gd3C @
> 	james @
 sagarmatha .
 com (James C. Armstrong) writes:
> > Apparently, my subscriber is making progress...
> [deletia]
> > 
> > I've forwarded Gordon a copy of the mail that originally describes 
> > the problem, and will be digging up a copy of the relevant RFC
> > that describes how sites should bounce back administrative mail to
> > mailing lists.
> They've already had quite a full description from myself a few months
> ago after a similar debacle, at which point I banned all CompuServe
> subscribers.  It took a while to get them to respond, again it had
> to come from one of their customers before they took any notice (they
> must just file all Postmaster e-mail in /dev/null).
> I've cc'd this message to the person who eventually contacted me.
> Perhaps they'd like to join the list-managers mailing list, or at
> least comment on it on how they're getting on with making their mail
> system compliant to the RFCs..
> Chris


	Before you started pounding on them, I wonder if they could even 
spell RFC.  I wonder if anyone has suggested to them that they might try 
attending IETF?

	Best, and thanks for your efforts, Chris,


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