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Subject: Re: Delayed Messages (Was: Re: "spamgard". sheesh.)
From: Gene Rackow <rackow @ mcs . anl . gov>
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 1997 08:20:25 -0600
To: Gillam Kerley <gkerley @ execpc . com>
Cc: list-managers @ GreatCircle . COM
In-reply-to: Your message of "Tue, 23 Dec 1997 01:53:13 CST." <349F6DE9.602@execpc.com>

You didn't give enough info to really point out where a problem 
may be in your getting those posts.  Your message arrived today,
and it appears that the greatcircle machines were the source of the
delay.

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--Gene

Gillam Kerley made the following keystrokes:
 >Chuq Von Rospach wrote:
 >
 >
 >What's important is not what he wrote but when he wrote it and when I
 >received it.
 >
 >This post was dated 12/16, and I just received it (and another
 >list-managers post by Dave Wolfe on the same thread) in the wee hours of
 >12/23.  Other lists I subscribe to (and there are now more than a dozen)
 >get messages to my mailbox within a few minutes to a few hours.
 >
 >Can anyone explain why the *list-managers* list, of all lists, does
 >this?  Is it doing this to everyone, or just to me?  (After all, just
 >because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get me.)  ;-)
 >
 >Shouldn't the list-managers list, having access to the sum total of all
 >of the list-management talent out there in cyberland, be the list
 >*least* likely to do strange things like this?
 >
 >GK
 >
 >



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