appologies, I didn't have me glasses on.
> From: Steve George[SMTP:stevege @
> Sent: Friday, January 23, 1998 9:39AM
> To: Thomas Liam Romanis; 'firewalls @
> Subject: Re: FW: Undeliverable Message fao steve george
> Messsage to Thomas Liam Romanis:
> Try reading the message again and you'll see it refers to YOUR mail to
> and is saying it is unable to deliver to:
> Michael Baus @
TBN ZV @
> You will see this generally on this list if it fails to reach any
> I will expect a public apology if you will place a public reprimand.
> At 09:58 22/01/98 -0000, Thomas Liam Romanis wrote:
> >Message for Steve George,
> > If you don't manage your mailbox we can't mail to you!
> >> ----------
> >> From:
> >> MAILER-DAEMON @
> >> Sent: Thursday, January 22, 1998 8:13AM
> >> To: TLR @
> >> Subject: Undeliverable Message
> >> To: "'Steve George'" <stevege @
> >> Cc: "'firewalls @
> >> <firewalls @
> >> Subject: RE: access website through firewall
> >> Message not delivered to recipients below. Press F1 for help with
> >> error codes.
> >> VNM3043: Michael Baus @
TBN ZV @
> >> VNM3043 -- MAILBOX IS FULL
> >> The message cannot be delivered because the
> >> recipient's mailbox contains the maximum number of
> >> messages, as set by the system administrator. The
> >> recipient must delete some messages before any
> >> other messages can be delivered.
> >> The maximum message limit for a user's mailbox is
> >> 10,000. The default message limit is 1000 messages.
> >> Administrators can set message limits using the
> >> Mailbox Settings function available in the
> >> Manage User menu (MUSER).
> >> When a user's mailbox reaches the limit, the
> >> user must delete some of the messages before
> >> the mailbox can accept any more incoming messages.
> >> ---------------------- Original Message Follows
> >> ----------------------Good advice.Try out, "INTERNET FIREWALLS AND
> >> NETWORK SECURITY"Karanjit Siyan(Chris Hare)isbn 1-56205-437-6>
> >> ----------> From: Steve George[SMTP:stevege @
> >> Tuesday, January 20, 1998 12:57PM> To:
> >> firewalls @
COM> Subject: Re: access website
> >> firewall> > Choices, choices, choices:> > 1) Make the HTTP port
> >> available through the firewall. NOT a very good> idea.> 2) Place
> >> eeb server outside the firewall, perhaps in a DMZ. You> need> to
> >> consider what type of data you have on the server. IF you have>
> >> internal> data (ie an intranet) then you should really have two
> >> servers (one> inside> and one outside).> > Your best bet is to buy
> >> good book on firewalls and examine which> type of> structure would
> >> best suit you.> > Steve> > > At 23:19 19/01/98 -0600, Yuming Huang
> >> wrote:> >Currently, our web server is behind a firewall. How can i
> >> make my> web> >server be accessible to th!
> >> !
> >> e outside world?> >> >>