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[aroid-l] status of Aroid-l

  • Subject: [aroid-l] status of Aroid-l
  • From: "Alan Galloway" alan_galloway@ncsu.edu
  • Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2003 21:54:39 -0400

Several folks have contacted me directly with concerns of Aroid-l,
especially over the last few days with the spread of recent viruses.

Please remember that Aroid-l is a moderated list, so that means
the moderator on duty has to actually look at incoming messages 
before they are sent onto the subscribers of Aroid-l.  The moderator
on duty checks their email several times a day to approve messages.
So if you think your message hasn't gone out fast enough, it may
very well be because the moderator hasn't gotten around to approving
messages yet.  

But from time to time there are other reasons why email is not
delivered quickly.  Should you think something may be wrong
with the mail servers that handle Aroid-l, please feel free
to visit http://sysnews.ncsu.edu for messages concerning system


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