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    Re: NavL archive
    From: Casey McMullen
    Date: 2006 Mar 30, 17:03 -0800

    For what it's worth,
    I did a whois on i-DEADLINK-com and found the guy who runs it, John Capo ("his
    two initials"@i-DEADLINK-com), and emailed him, here is my message to him and
    his response to me:
    > > John Capo (I presume),
    > >
    > > I don't know if you are aware, or if this is even the appropriate
    > > place to send notice, but the archiving of the Navigation-L listserv
    > > traffic seems to be down.
    > > The last message I see is:
    > > Re: Sextant repair Alexandre E Eremenko (Tue Mar 21 2006 - 08:12:46
    > > EST)
    > >
    > > Thanks for the great service you provide in hosting archives for the
    > > three forums, the xtides interface and all of the other great
    > > information you have posted on your site.
    > Hi Casey,
    > It looks like I have been unsubscribed from the nav list.  I'll fix
    that today.  Thanks for the heads up.
    > John Capo
    > SV Passages
    I also forwarded these messages to Dan.
    It looks like it is back up because the Frank's message I am replying to
    appears on i-DEADLINK-com.
    -Casey McMullen
    S/V Liza Jane
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Frank Reed [mailto:FrankReedCT@AOL.COM]
    > Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 4:54 PM
    > Subject: Re: NavL archive
    > Robert Gainer, you wrote:
    > "The NavL archive  is still down. How does this work and who
    > would be the one to ask about it. Is  this something that Dan
    > has any control over or is this service provided by  someone else?"
    > Dan replied to the list that he has nothing to do with it.  I
    > couldn't find any sign of a contact point on i-DEADLINK-com. Who
    > are they anyway??  Personally, I think it's time to set up an
    > alternate archive. The archive at  i-DEADLINK-com has missed many
    > messages over the years --I would say a couple a  month-- and
    > there are several longer gaps, though nothing as long as the
    > present  one. I know that at least one list member has
    > maintained a near-perfect archive  of past messages for his own use.
    > -FER
    > 42.0N 87.7W, or 41.4N  72.1W.
    > www.HistoricalAtlas.com/lunars

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