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picon face BY : Peter L. Peres email (remove spam text)



On Fri, 20 Nov 1998, Mike Sauve wrote:

> I've contacted the postmaster at teracom.se, and he is currently working
> on correcting the problem. Their Microsloth Exchange server had recently
> crashed, so it appears to be working as designed.
>
> Mike

What bugs me is, if an exchange server keeps many hundreds of messages for
3 weeks and accidentally releases them, what other purposes can this
excellent archiving system be put to ? Makes me wonder where some of the
emails quoted in a certain browser-related lawsuit were spooled, some for
years. The painful point is, there still is no properly indexed up-to-date
piclist archive.

Peter

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