Mea maxima culpa and an apology to Samsung and its law firm.
I'm a bit too touchy about spam having had quite a bad experience
with it as previously described on this list. This explains but
excuse my firing off without investigating first.
I have read the CyberTimes article, which is NOT in today
NY Times (nor yesterday), which I've read completely.
I subscribe to the paper edition and read it
or skim it daily 7 days (I'm a New Yorker, some say Times
is a residency requirement, at least on the Upper West Side
To save the few old timers still reading the list ......
What on earth has this to do with nanog?
Have we completely given up talking about network operations now?
Well, I just got another different one yesterday. It goes on for about 20
pages, but I've listed the headers here.
from web1.asia1.com.sg (web1.asia1.com.sg [184.108.40.206])
by mail.mc.net (8.8.6/8.8.2)
with ESMTP id NAA16092 for <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Thu, 14 Aug
1997 13:37:38 -0500 (CDT)
(1Cust124.max67.los-angeles.ca.ms.uu.net [220.127.116.11]) by
web1.asia1.com.sg (8.8.5/8.8.5) with SMTP id CAA15949; Fri,
15 Aug 1997 02:20:50 +0800
from mips-1.sailahead.com (mips-1.sailahead.com
[18.104.22.168]) by samsung.co.kr
(8.8.5/8.6.5) with SMTP id GAA03731 for
<Net_Users@in_cyberspace.com>; Thu, 14 Aug
1997 11:03:16 -0600 (EST)
Thu, 14 Aug 97 11:03:16 EST
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