Getting the ACCMAIL FAQ

2002-06-28 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... At the bottom of every ACCMAIL message, there are instructions on how to get the ACCMAIL FAQ. It not work for me, and I think it may have become obsolete. Has anyone succeeded recently? There is more than one way to get the FAQ, so we should try to identify which way is

Re: Getting the ACCMAIL FAQ

2002-06-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 29 Jun 2002 at 16:29, Gerald E. Boyd wrote: The mailserver always replies unless the site is down for maintenance. I think this is exactly what happened. I got a reply on the third attempt. It's OK now. -- szs `AT` szs.net ~~~ ACCMAIL Info (automatically generated)

Spams + Viruses

2002-06-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... This is a follow-up to the discussions we had a couple of weeks ago. After assuming moderator responsibilities I started checking the manual for the latest version of Listserv, and have made some provisional changes to the ACCMAIL list configuration. I explain them here so

Re: username and password before receiving

2002-07-07 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 6 Jul 2002 at 18:56, M-a wrote: I want to receive http://tforums.com/happysat/viewforum.php?f=6 via e-mail, but I must enter my username and password before receiving it. The instructions for doing it by WWW4Mail are at http://www.www4mail.org/manual/www4manual_14.html What the manual does

Re: SERVICE BY E-MAIL

2002-07-10 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 10 Jul 2002 at 12:07, Dong.Wensheng wrote: who can offer some service via E-mail and some FTP sites? Hi Dong, your question is ... vague. What do you want to do? -- szs `AT` szs.net ~~~ ACCMAIL Info (automatically generated) ~~ To UNSUBscribe: Send UNSUBSCRIBE

Re: give me for a free website ---- was : Re[2]: post my site at freeservers.com

2002-07-13 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 12 Jul 2002 at 11:41, Gue wrote: If possible I want a free website with spec: - ftp upload - user/guest can download a file (.exe or .zip) directly. No need to go to my index.htm first (or default page). I think you will have some difficulty finding a web host that will allow you to do

Re: Whois

2002-07-13 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 10 Jul 2002 at 16:40, John_McRUp wrote: is there some service to check the e-mail address of other people, to identify. To check where are man from... (subj) An email address on its own can tell you nothing about the person who uses it. So the answer is 'No'. If you need more

Re: Help finding a BASIC language Operating System

2002-07-14 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 14 Jul 2001 at 9:28, Charles Mikelson wrote: I have been trying to locate some type of software to enter BASIC programs from some older computer magazines. I have had no luck. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. I don't know the answer to this, but here are a few tips that will

How can I use email to get a BASIC interpreter? (WAS Help finding a BASIC language Operating System)

2002-07-14 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 14 Jul 2001 at 9:28, Charles Mikelson wrote: I have been trying to locate some type of software to enter BASIC programs from some older computer magazines. I have had no luck. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Recommended skills: 1. Using Google and other search engines by

FTP FileSearch

2002-07-14 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ... FileSearch at http://www.filesearching.com/ is new to me, and it does not appear in ACCMail archives, so this note puts it on the record ... QUOTE What is FileSearch? FileSearch is the search engine allowing you to find a file among millions of files located on FTP-servers. The search

Minor Subscription Changes

2002-07-22 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... This is a another follow-up to the discussions on spam and list moderation (last message was Spams + Viruses, 30 June 2002). The changes I made reduced the torrent of spam, but did not stop it entirely. It seems the Listserv spam filter does not work effectively on spam

Re: why i can't read the other lines?

2002-07-23 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 23 Jul 2002 at 12:14, ReMĀ® wrote: all i see is this, but it says there are 221 lines in this issue. or is it just me? See post Re: i can't read any post (WAS question ...) 20 July 2002. Same problem, same solution. It would be interesting to know which email programs display the digests

NEWS: Monthly Reminder

2002-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list exists as a forum for

Re: File uploading via email.

2002-09-05 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 4 Sep 2002 at 8:25, kingsley aneke wrote: Can someone please tell me how to and where I can upload files such as music, text, programs, via email. By where, I mean a free site. It is possible, but it is not easy. For a starting point on this topic, send a blank email to [EMAIL

Please Use The SUBJECT Header!

2002-09-12 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 11 Sep 2002 at 13:24, Dr.Thair Alithary wrote: Many members and I lost our cominication with all ACCMAIL server because of our ISP several weeks ago . We post to the list about this real problem and there is no serious suggestions. I'm not sure what the solution to this problem is ... but I

Re: lost our communication with all ACCMAIL (WAS blank)

2002-09-12 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 11 Sep 2002 at 13:24, Dr.Thair Alithary wrote: Many members and I lost our cominication with all ACCMAIL server because of our ISP several weeks ago. We post to the list about this real problem and there is no serious suggestions. OK ... but what is the real problem, exactly? Are you

Language

2002-09-22 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello AccMailers ... Recent posts to this list have prompted these thoughts ... LIST LANGUAGE The language of the list is English. This is *not* because we think English is a superior language, but because it is more widely read, written and understood than other languages. As such, it is the

NEWS: Monthly Reminder

2002-10-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list exists as a forum for

NEWS: Monthly Reminder

2002-11-09 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list exists as a forum for

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (December 2002)

2002-12-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 December 2002 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (January 2003)

2003-01-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 02 January 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list

Where We Are

2003-01-13 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. As you can see, we are a genuinely and impressively international group. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or

Re: Where we are

2003-01-19 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 17 Jan 2003 at 8:48, TAING Nguon wrote: I used to get a list of ACCMAIL's subscriber as shown below. How do we get this list? is there any way to send an email to get this list? No, you cannot do that. Reason: subscriber privacy Although the list of countries contains no private

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (June 2003)

2003-06-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jun 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (July 2003)

2003-07-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jul 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (August 2003)

2003-08-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Aug 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED], the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. = P U R P O S E = This list

Re: problems posting to ACCMAIL

2003-08-26 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hi ACCMailers ... I think this discussion is beginning to drift off-topic, and we should not be talking about the respective merits of UUCP and other internet protocols. (By the way, there is an excellent mailing list for such matters at http://www.postel.org/mailman/listinfo/internet-history/ )

Executable Manuals

2003-08-26 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hi ACCMailers ... Does anyone know the current location of Gary Wines' Executable Manual for Accessing the Internet by e-mail? The ftp site listed in the monthly reminder ( ftp://ftp.junoaccmail.org/pub/em_ai/emai34.zip ) does not work for me. The egroups/yahoo mailing list is apparently closed.

Re: not a virus!

2003-08-29 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 28 Aug 2003 at 20:08, Ma. Cri. wrote: I have sent a reqiest to w4 server in Trieste, but the AV scanning service thought it was a virus and removed it! What should I do? Try a different web-to-email server? What does the VirusWarning.txt attachment tell you? Your email subject is not a

ACCMail FAQ Questions

2003-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 29 Aug 2003 at 9:28, Ricky Lomey wrote: What will happen on 3 September as it says the FAQ document expires? I managed to get the documents at work and most at home except http://www.expita.com/howto1.html which I hope grabpage wil still send. The note on the document expiring is on the

Re: not a virus!

2003-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 30 Aug 2003 at 20:09, Arkady V.Belousov wrote: trieste also rejects it and sends VirusWarning.txt (which says, that this request is rejected because attachment has suspicous extension). Of course, they are only trying to help! Meanwhile, it seems to me that you have just two options ... 1.

Re: Short Article On ACCMail

2003-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 31 Aug 2003 at 16:48, Ricky Lomey wrote: There is a short article on accmail that appeared in the E-access Bulletin's inbox, October, 2002. Not sure if it should be posted to the list. The URL is http://www.e-accessibility.com/issues/oct2002.txt -- szs `at` szs `dot` net ~~~

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (September 2003)

2003-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Sep 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Where we are, September 2003

2003-09-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts. *All* .com, .org and .net subscribers appear as USA, which

Re: About mailing list

2003-09-05 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 5 Sep 2003 at 8:18, Raibel E. Botta Rigores wrote: I need to know how get a list of mailing lists on AOL.com Use your favourite ACCMail method to obtain http://listserv.aol.com/archives/ -- szs `at` szs `dot` net ~~~ ACCMAIL Info (automatically generated)

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (October 2003)

2003-10-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Oct 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (December 2003)

2003-12-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Dec 2003 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (January 2004)

2004-01-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jan 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Where We Are

2004-01-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts. All subscribers with .com, .org or .net addresses are

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (February 2004)

2004-02-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Feb 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Re: About sent and received date on emails

2004-02-09 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 6 Feb 2004 at 18:27, Raibel E. Botta Rigores wrote: Here, a little of an email header part: Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 00:11:32 +0100 What does the line 00:11:32 +0100 mean? How can I convert the time of the sender to the time of the receiver? How can this be understood? (I mean the time in

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (March 2004)

2004-03-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Mar 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (April 2004)

2004-04-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Apr 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Where We Are

2004-04-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. But Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (May 2004)

2004-05-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 May 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (June 2004)

2004-06-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jun 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Re: Last FAQs

2004-06-16 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 15 Jun 2004 at 10:59, Dermidio Parra wrote: Where can I find the lastest version of the ACCMAIL FAQs? The current information is in the monthly reminder which we send out on the first day of each month. If you have just subscribed, you have not yet received the reminder. To get archived

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (July 2004)

2004-07-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jul 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Where We Are

2004-08-03 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. But Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

Re: About www4mail servers

2004-08-23 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 23 Aug 2004 at 11:06, Raibel Botta Rigores wrote: I want to know what is happening with www4amil servers. Know anyone only one that working in this moment? Useful information at http://www.netservs.com/mrcool/stats.htm or email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with get file stats.txt in the

Net Services Server Statistics Robot asleep?

2004-08-26 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
The last report we received from netservs.com was two weeks ago (10 Aug 2004). Have other people been more lucky? -- szs `at` szs `dot` net ~~~ ACCMAIL Info (automatically generated) ~~ To UNSUBscribe: Send UNSUBSCRIBE ACCMAIL to [EMAIL PROTECTED] To get the ACCMAIL FAQ:

Re: www4mail report

2004-08-26 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 25 Aug 2004 at 9:18, Mark F McClaine wrote: None of the www4mail servers seem to be working. They must be down for servicing. According to the daily netservs.net report, [EMAIL PROTECTED] was working on 7 August 2004. We received a reply from [EMAIL PROTECTED] on 23 August 2004. I guess

Getting the ACCMAIL FAQ by Email

2004-08-26 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMAILers ... I have been testing the email addresses for obtaining the ACCMAIL FAQ, but without success so far. [EMAIL PROTECTED] has not replied for 48 hours. [EMAIL PROTECTED] has replied, stating that it does not have the FAQ. Of course, there are numerous copies of the FAQ all over

rtfm.mit.edu for the FAQ

2004-08-27 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Can anyone get the ACCMAIL FAQ by sending e-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with send usenet/news.answers/internet-services/access-via-email as the message body? I'm not getting any response at all. If it has stopped working, we need to update some of the list templates. I have already changed the list

Re: Net Services Server Statistics Robot asleep?

2004-08-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 26 Aug 2004 at 8:58, Sun Zoom Spark wrote: The last report we received from netservs.com was two weeks ago (10 Aug 2004). Have other people been more lucky? Fortunately, the report still appears on the netservs website http://www.cix.co.uk/~net-services/mrcool/stats.htm You can obtain

uudecode - best one to use

2004-08-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
ACCMAILERS ... What, in your opinion, is the name and location of the best uudecode program available now for * Windows/DOS * Mac -- szs `at` szs `dot` net -- To contribute to the discussion, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] To

Re: ACCMAIL Listserv Crashed

2004-08-31 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 30 Aug 2004 at 20:59, Sun Zoom Spark wrote: The ACCMAIL Listserv software crashed some time on Thursday 16 August, but has now been restored. That should have been Thursday 26 August! The listserv was down for about four days. Some of the original configuration settings were lost. However

ACCMAIL in other languages

2004-08-31 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMAILers ... The english-language version of Gerry Boyd's final version of the ACCMAIL FAQ has been secured, but what about other languages? Does anyone have copies of version 10 in any language that is not english? If you have, please let us know ... we can make them publicly available

Relevance of Gopher-by-Email in 2004

2004-08-31 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... I have been thinking about the relevance of some of the information in the ACCMAIL FAQ and other resources. For example: gopher Personally, I haven't used a gopher since 1995 and the last time I saw one was about three years ago. Now, I can't find a single working gopher

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (September 2004)

2004-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Sep 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. PLEASE NOTE In August 2003, after many years

Where We Are

2004-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. But Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

A uudecode Starter Kit

2004-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
The 'executable ASCII' uudecode.com is no longer available from expita.com. I have made a replacement which you can obtain by autoresponder: accmail.uudec.en `AT` szs.net The autoresponder will return 2 attachments: 1. uudecode.com - an executable ASCII file. Although it consists wholly of

ACCMAIL in Esperanto (was: ACCMAIL in other languages)

2004-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 1 Sep 2004 at 17:39, Albert Reiner wrote: On 31 Aug 2004 at 23:17, Albert Reiner wrote: Esperanto (version 10.2) is at IMO, ikse would be best, fundamente second best. Latin-3 and UTF-8 may cause problems with some systems as one would have to set the encoding in the mail header. The

ACCMAIL in German (was: ACCMAIL in other languages)

2004-09-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
The German version of the ACCMAIL FAQ version 10.2 is now available by autoresponder: accmail.faq.de `AT` szs.net -- szs `at` szs `dot` net -- To contribute to the discussion, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] To unsubscribe, email

Expita Pages Rescued

2004-09-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... I have created a web home for the ACCMAIL FAQ files at http://szs.net/emailonly/ On the same site, I have mirrored all the expita.com pages that ACCMAIL subscribers might need. I have not attempted to edit or correct the content of the pages. I made a few small edits, and

ACCMAIL in Spanish (was: ACCMAIL in other languages)

2004-09-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
The Spanish version of the ACCMAIL FAQ version 10.2 is now available by autoresponder: accmail.faq.es `AT` szs.net -- szs `at` szs `dot` net -- To contribute to the discussion, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] To unsubscribe, email

Expita Pages Rescued

2004-09-02 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
It's getting quite difficult to keep up with all these changes! It seems that Gerry Boyd has rescued his own pages ... http://www.expita.com/ has been restored. -- szs `at` szs `dot` net -- To contribute to the discussion,

ACCMAIL in Russian (was: ACCMAIL in other languages)

2004-09-03 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
The Russian version of the ACCMAIL FAQ version 10.2 is already available from more than one Russian-language resource. It is now also available via szs.net by autoresponder: accmail.faq.ru `AT` szs.net I have added it to the FAQs which can be downloaded from http://szs.net/emailonly/ I

ACCMAIL in Hungarian (was: ACCMAIL in other languages)

2004-09-06 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
A Hungarian version of the ACCMAIL FAQ version 10.1 is now available by autoresponder: accmail.faq.hu `AT` szs.net Still missing: Chinese Farsi Italian Romanian Swedish Urdu -- szs `at` szs `dot` net

Updating the FAQ

2004-09-06 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 2 Sep 2004 at 17:35, Frits Westra wrote: I'd rather not translate the current FAQ with superseded information. It's unclear to me whether you'll ask Gerry for permission to edit the English version. Or do you have other intentions with it? You are right -- version 10 really is old. Gerry

Web to Email Server Test Pages

2004-09-07 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello accmailers ... I'm developing a new resource for people who use email-only methods to retrieve web pages. If you get http://szs.net/emailonly/tests/ you will see immediately what it is. The idea is have a standard set of very small files which can be used to test and compare output from

NEWS: new quiet owner

2004-09-07 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Accmailers ... The list has a new 'quiet' owner: Eugeny Sattler, a veteran list member, contributor and moderator. Quiet owners do not have admin responsibiity, but they can make executive decisions in case of an emergency. There are two other quiet owners: Gerry Boyd and Bob Rankin. So if I get

Updating the FAQ

2004-09-07 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 7 Sep 2004 at 16:57, Albert Reiner wrote: To prevent a similar situation in the future, it might be a good idea to put some notes into the new version stating under what conditions people may modify and redistribute the text. (Just pointing to some well-known licence might be sufficient.)

Updating the FAQ

2004-09-08 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Lena is right! On 8 Sep 2004 at 16:23, Lena from Kiev wrote: I don't think so. Today ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/internet-services/access-via-email begins from header containing: Originator: [EMAIL PROTECTED] The FAQ is posted by the mit.edu FAQ server, not by expita.com. The

NEWS: a new accmail topic

2004-09-10 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... A Listserver 'topic' defines a subset of posts to the list. Until now, we have had just one topic (NEWS), but we have just added another named UPDATES. Posts labelled UPDATES will be restricted to formatted updates of the main FAQ -- authoritative information that is

Agora now

2004-09-15 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
File http://szs.net/emailonly/updates/2004.09.15.txt is my proposed update of the essential facts about the last remaining Agora server. It is open to comment, critique and corrections. -- szs `at` szs `dot` net -- To

Games by Email

2004-09-15 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
For a long time, the ACCMAIL FAQ has had a entry for the PBeM Server (for info, send e-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with Subject help tutorial) I always thought it was a rather obscure interest until I looked at the Open Directory category Games: Online: Play-By-E-Mail at

Some resources for learning english by email

2004-09-15 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is a partial list. Please tell us about any more that you know of. 1. BBC Learning English (a very large department) For information about learning english resources available by email, use a web-to-email server to

Re: FAQ

2004-09-16 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 15 Sep 2004 at 18:58, euronauta wrote: Some weeks ago I asked the [EMAIL PROTECTED] for the accmail faq and it sent the version 10.2 to me. After reading on that document the existence of this mailing list I sent my subscription. What I received from the server is the latest one? Thank you.

Re: web-to-email servers / Vancouver Webpages Webgate

2004-09-16 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 16 Sep 2004 at 9:03, RGR Aceron wrote: Vancouver Webpages Webgate How many URL's is the maximum for an email in the body? Is it unlimited as in agora? You can request more than one URL in the email body, but it won't be unlimited! They don't say what their maximum is. Perhaps they haven't

UPDATES: web-to-email servers / Agora

2004-09-22 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
This information is based on recent tests, and is believed to be accurate on the date of the post. Agora (dna.affrc.go.jp) Category: web-to-email servers Posting address: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Command: in the message body

Re: GMANE - Mail To News And Back Again

2004-09-22 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 22 Sep 2004 at 8:12, Eugeny Sattler The Spam Hater wrote: I think GMANE is an interesting project, so I repost here what I got from Binky successor ... This is a great idea! I have filled in the form to add ACCMAIL to their list. Maybe the owners of other ACCMAIL-related lists (eg: the

NEWS: another new accmail topic

2004-09-22 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello ACCMailers ... A Listserver 'topic' defines a subset of posts to the list. Until now, we have had just two topics (NEWS and UPDATES), but we have just added another named PBE. Posts labelled PBE will be restricted to posts that are about Publishing By Email. Publishing means putting

news: accmail gated to the gmane newsgroup hierarchy (correction)

2004-10-11 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 10 Oct 2004 at 14:25, Albert Reiner wrote: , |Error GMANE-03252: Something is wrong. Perhaps something didn't |match a group name. Perhaps something else. ` It was slow to appear, but it is there now. The group name is 'emailonly' not 'accmail'. Correction:

Is WWW4Mail at Trieste Dead?

2004-09-28 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Hello accmailers ... The WWW4Mail server [EMAIL PROTECTED] has not responded to my tests for over a month. It has not appeared regularly in the Net Services Server Statistics Robot since 8 August (just 4 times in September). Does anyone know if this WWW4Mail server is still alive? Has anyone had

Is WWW4Mail at Trieste Dead?

2004-09-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 29 Sep 2004 at 14:09, Ramiro Ochoa wrote: No, it is not dead. It is (sometimes) VERY slow. The reply comes after one or two days, but it works. OK, the two WWW4Mail servers are not dead if somebody somewhere can use them. I guess something like this is happening ... * WWW4Mail makes quite

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (October 2004)

2004-10-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Oct 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to offline

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (November 2004)

2004-11-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Nov 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to offline

Where We Are

2004-11-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

Mirroring website using email

2004-11-16 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 13 Nov 2004 at 15:53, Gary Griswold wrote: 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 www4mail, agora, emailweb,

Status

2004-11-30 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
On 30 Nov 2004 at 7:53, Bob Rankin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Every once in a while I get a request for the latest version of the ACCMAIL guide. I usually point people to the copy at RTFM.MIT.EDU -- is that the latest known copy? Hello Bob + Welcome Back ... The most recent published version

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (December 2004)

2004-12-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Dec 2004 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to offline

Where We Are

2004-12-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (January 2005)

2005-01-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jan 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (February 2005)

2005-02-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Feb 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (May 2005)

2005-05-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 May 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

Where We Are

2005-05-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
Here is Listserv's breakdown of ACCMAIL subscribers by country. Listserv does not know your actual country of residence. The table below is really an analyis of the domain registration of your Internet Service Providers or webmail hosts -- not of where you live. So all subscribers with .com,

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (June 2005)

2005-06-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jun 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (July 2005)

2005-07-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Jul 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

NEWS: Monthly Reminder (August 2005)

2005-08-01 Thread Sun Zoom Spark
= ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder === Posted 01 Aug 2005 This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to accmail@listserv.aol.com the mailing list discussing Accessing the Internet via Email. 1. Purpose 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to

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