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I get the feeling that this message never got out to gnu-prog, so I'm sending it again. gnu@prep shouldn't need to bother resending it; I've bypassed the moderation. ------- Start of forwarded message ------- X-Delivered: at request of thomas on mescaline.gnu.org Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 20:59:57 -0400 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Bushnell, n/BSG) To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com CC: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: machine status X-Name-Change: My name used to be `Michael'; now it is `Thomas'. X-Tom-Swiftie: "I hope this emulsion works," Tom said in suspense. The big disk that was lost is now fully restored. The backup I used was made the morning of the 2nd; so only work done from then until I turned the machines off on the 2nd would be lost. I will be out of town this weekend; a volunteer has agreed to help turn on accounts. So if you send an encrypted password field to email@example.com, then he can take care of it. Please make sure that this is not a password you've typed to or from the GNU machines in the past; such passwords have almost surely been sniffed. The alpha.gnu.org FTP site is working fine, so you should let alpha-testers (and such) know of its new name. The password file is not yet being automatically distributed, so the only machine you can log on to right now is melange.gnu.org; when the automated distribution stuff is finished then you will be able to log on to mescaline and delasyd as well. Let me take this opportunity to remind everyone that they should *NOT* use .forward files on the GNU machines; instead edit /com/mailer/aliases and add an entry for yourself in the appropriate section. Thomas ------- End of forwarded message -------