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Re: Re: Plant disaster/ups versus usps


Most e-mail has a limit of 1 or 2MB per message. Doubt you were that lengthly.

Appears that Chris's server was having some kind of problem yesterday.
Most likely we filled up the disc :(.... (archives show over 1700
messages this month)

What I found interesting is after Chris's had problems, our work e-mail
went down for a hour (sbcglobal), then when I got home my personal one
didn't work all night, but is fine this am sort of (can't get to my
quarantine spam file). Maybe something else is happening too.... or
maybe it is just me!:) LOL!


> dfranzma@pacbell.net writes:
> > I was wondering the same thing Auralie.  Also several of my messages to
> > garden chat have been sent back as undeliverable.
> > 
> > 
> Yesterday I sent a rather lengthy piece about dragonflies that has not 
> appeared here or in my Sent Mail box.  I wonder of the length of the piece has 
> something to do with it.  

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