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Re: Just in Time...

From: "John I. Jones" <nospam@mallorn.com>

Chris Hollinshead wrote:
> Well it looks like John Jones registered the Iris Talk list with
> Onelist just in the nick of time as I found the following message at
> Onelist under the Start a List- Create a New List heading...
> Due to the rapid increase of users over the past two months, the
> ONElist servers are currently running at full capacity. To maintain
> our current level of service, we regret that we can not accept new
> lists at this time.
> We are working hard to upgrade our server capacity. We will be
> increasing server capacity over 4 times what it is currently. We
> expect the upgrades to be complete in a couple of weeks. Please check
> back. We have many exciting additions planned for ONElist.
> Maybe we'll have to nickname him "Just in time Johnny"!  ;-))  just
> kidding John!

Ha, ha, ha. Ho, ho, ho  Mrrrmph   :>)))

Actually I got the same message when I first tried to start the list. I
had to figure out a back door to do it. I was probably just lucky.

John                     | "There be dragons here"
                         |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
                         |  to indicate the edge of the known world.

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