I think this is not yet in the FAQ (and, IMHO, should be): You can
access the Netlib repository via e-mail; to quote the FAQ
|2.1) What is Netlib?
|The Netlib repository contains freely available software, documents,
On Tue, Dec 23, 2003 at 12:20:52AM +0500, Rick Ekstrom wrote:
BTW, the foreign language list is much smaller than it used to be.
I wouldn't want to do the whole translation from scratch, but with
the current accmail.faq next to the most recent Esperanto version
What is difficult is maintenance. ACCMAIL resources have rarely been
stable for very long. Removal of dead links and timely addition of new
resources is critical. It is too much for a single person.
I have some ideas on how it might be done as a collaboration. I will
try to find time in the
[Sun Zoom Spark [EMAIL PROTECTED], Wed, 1 Sep 2004 10:07:26 +0100]:
On 31 Aug 2004 at 23:17, Albert Reiner wrote:
Esperanto (version 10.2) is at
You have four different versions! UTF-8-e, ISO-8859-3-e, ikse, fundamente
[Sun Zoom Spark [EMAIL PROTECTED], Tue, 7 Sep 2004 03:17:21 +0100]:
I would ask him if I could -- but all mail to expita.com bounces, so I can't
ask him, and now I don't think it is necessary. I see no obstacle to editing
the current FAQ as version 11. I'm sure Gerry would agree.
But are the WWW4Mail servers still useful? As we all know, WWW4Mail is
very good -- but why would you use it if you don't know when, or if,
you will get a reply?
I often find myself in a situation where I want to check some URL
occasionally, and it doesn't matter at all whether it takes a
[Gary Griswold [EMAIL PROTECTED], Sat, 13 Nov 2004 15:53:48 -0500]:
A university in a remote location has a 33kbps UUCP connection to the
Internet. Because their connection to the internet includes one step that
is UUCP, they are unable to use HTTP, but use accmail services, such as
[Nicholas Staff [EMAIL PROTECTED], Tue, 2 Aug 2005 06:29:46 -0700]:
what benefits do you see being realized from having the ability to
access The Internet via email considering the current and proposed
In my case, I have direct internet access for free at my work.
After a long time, I again had to get something from netlib. Maybe
someone finds the following useful:
The e-mail address
can still be found on some pages, but it does not seem to work any
longer. On the other hand,
(and some variations
[Wolfgang Rohloff (WH) [EMAIL PROTECTED], Wed, 24 May 2006 14:45:21
Does anyone know of the availability of these services at the
moment?? [ None of my requests are being acknowleged.
I have been using [EMAIL PROTECTED] about once a week or so for a
long time, and never
[sun zoom spark [EMAIL PROTECTED], Sun, 12 Nov 2006 13:05:08 -]:
Veronica, Jughead and Finger are obsolete and
should not be include in the next FAQ. Does anyone
I wouldn't consider finger obsolete, although I use it only
occasionally. I don't know (and have not tried)
On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 09:27:13AM +0200, Wolfgang Rohloff (WH) wrote:
Does anyone know if there is a problem with this service.All my mails
cannot be deilivered.
Assuming this is not just a temporary condition that has been
resolved in the mean-time, it seems to me that this is
[Rodolfo Ortega [EMAIL PROTECTED], Tue, 14 Oct 2008 10:42:52 -0500]:
Regular search: http://www.google.com/search?q=search+key+words
[sun zoom spark [EMAIL PROTECTED], Sat, 29 Nov 2008 14:57:12 -]:
| You may request up to 5 resources in each email you send to
Also I wonder if excess requests within a single mail are dropped
silently or cause an error
I wonder why the following URLs elicited error messages when trying to
GET them via SZS' WWW4MAIL installation:
In case it is of interest to anyone, I just came across the following
autoresponder (not listed in the FAQ):
Answers are limited to a maximum of one every two minutes.
[la...@mail333.com, Wed, 19 Aug 2009 12:27:22 +0400]:
Will You explain, how one can use this e-mail = e...@univie.ac.at ?
As for the other autoresponders in the FAQ, you can send any e-mail to
e...@univie.ac.at; the server will respond with an e-mail containing
the beginning (4kB, I believe) of
[la...@mail333.com, Wed, 19 Aug 2009 23:28:35 +0400]:
I sent e-mail, as was explained, but... nothing of reaction?
What is wrong?
Sorry, I don't know; it worked for me. According to the web page of
the university that caters for this service,
http://www.univie.ac.at/ZID/echo/ (in German), the
[sun zoom spark szs-accm...@szs.net, Fri, 21 Oct 2011 01:18:18 +0100]:
What should happen next? Should ACCMAIL just stop? Would somebody
start a new list to replace it?
Please give us your opinions and suggestions.
As for me, my preference is for the continued existence of a
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