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RE: We (CCIE Lab List) are moving .... posted 06/14/2003
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Paul, that's great news.  I've always wondered why messages would show up
either eventually or never.  Keep up the great work.  Quick question though.
Will the archives be transferred over?

Thanks,

Chuck Church
CCIE #8776, MCNE, MCSE
Wam!Net Government Services
13665 Dulles Technology Dr. Ste 250
Herndon, VA 20171
Office: 703-480-2569
Cell: 585-233-2706
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-----Original Message-----
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Paul Borghese
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 9:47 AM
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: We (CCIE Lab List) are moving ....


Hey Everyone,



It has been quite clear for some time now that the GroupStudy server
needs help.  We are dropping an unacceptable number of messages (I
personally have had five in a row discarded) and the messages that make
it take a random amount of time to propagate.  To fix this, I have
purchased a new server and bandwidth.  We will be migrating to the new
server this weekend.



But wait it gets better .. We are dumping majordomo as our list
software!  Our new software will allow you to change a number of
options.  For example you will be able to suspend distribution of the
e-mails, receive e-mails in digest format, change your e-mail address,
etc.



Over the weekend I will be moving the current list members to the new
server.   Once the move is complete we will cut over to the new server.



You will receive a welcome message with your account information.   The
message will contain your username/password, instructions on how to
login to the server, and instructions on how to unsubscribe.  Please
save this e-mail for future reference.  It is also a good idea to login
to the server and set your password to something more memorable then the
random password given.



If you stop receiving e-mails from the list after the change, please
send me an e-mail (after verifying it is not a problem at your end such
as misconfigured anti-spam software etc.).



Take care,



Paul Borghese