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    Re: The List Status
    From: Dan Hogan
    Date: 2006 Apr 5, 05:59 -0700

    Well the webkahuna.com server, as far as Navigation-l is concerned, is not
    set up to
    store or archive messages. The messages posted to Nav-L go to the server
    and are
    reflected to the Nav-l  membership. But between there and you is another
    Especially in this day of multi-spam protection.
    I think you guys are spoiled ;^)
    Dan Hogan
    > [Original Message]
    > From: George Huxtable 
    > To: 
    > Date: 4/4/2006 5:35:28 PM
    > Subject: Re: The List Status
    > Dan Hogen wrote-
    > | As far as I can tell the list is up and running
    > |
    > | The Internet is NOT a land line service. Stuff happens, especially
    > | during winter. Servers clog or go down, trunk lines fail.
    > |
    > | You may also get deleted from the list by:
    > |        1. Going on vacation/Holiday and not stopping Navigation-l mail.
    > |        2. Letting your ISP mail box get full.
    > |
    > | All will generate a "bounce" message to Navigation-l. After two or
    three I
    > | will delete the offending address.
    > |
    > |
    > | Dan Hogan
    > | dhhogan1@earthlink.net
    > | http://www.offsoundings.info/navl.htm
    > |
    > ====================
    > Comment from George-
    > I think it's a more complicated matter than Dan implies, and further
    investigation may be worthwhile. All is not well. Dan's
    > comments, above, do not seem relevant to the problems we have suffered.
    > How can it be that both Robert Gainer and I (and maybe others), on
    different continents, should simultaneously receive a backlog of
    > 16 ancient Nav-l mailings, that we had missed over a period of 4 months?
    And how can it be that others didn't? Where have these
    > messages been accumulating, and what has caused them to disgorge?
    > How can it be that postings sent yesterday, from Bill and from me, have
    taken 30 hours or so to reach my inbox?
    > If Dan would like to take it up with Webkahuna, I can offer full header
    information:  for example, for an email message sent early
    > December, arrived yesterday. Do they show any interest in such matters?
    > George
    > ============
    > contact George Huxtable at george@huxtable.u-net.com
    > or at +44 1865 820222 (from UK, 01865 820222)
    > or at 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.

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