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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

James Tipping
I swear that I can see tumbleweed tumbling past on this list now…

Good to see that there's life in the old list yet ;)

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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

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On 7/18/13, 11:52 AM, "James Tipping" <[hidden email]>
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>I swear that I can see tumbleweed tumbling past on this list nowŠ
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>Good to see that there's life in the old list yet ;)

well, I did find out where bob works, and their IT people were really nice
about the whole thing. His away message was hitting other lists too.

Oh, I almost forgot, STOP USING FIRSTCLASS.
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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

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On Jul 18, 2013, at 10:31 PM, John C. Welch wrote:

> Oh, I almost forgot, STOP USING FIRSTCLASS.

Wow - talk about a blast from the past!


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Re: Macos-x-server Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

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Why?
On Jul 18, 2013, at 7:31 PM, John C. Welch <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Oh, I almost forgot, STOP USING FIRSTCLASS.


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Re: First Class

John C. Welch
Because while it works decently in a LAN ­ only environment or a FirstClass
only environment, it has some behaviors that make it less than stellar in
the wider non-firstclass world. If you're only using it in a fairly closed
environment, it's decent enough, but I don't see the point in groupware like
that. Note, I say the same thing about lotus notes.

The away message thing is the low hanging fruit.

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On 7/19/13, 3:40 PM, "John aka MacPosts" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Why?
> On Jul 18, 2013, at 7:31 PM, John C. Welch <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>> Oh, I almost forgot, STOP USING FIRSTCLASS.





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Re: First Class

David Elkin-Bram
Yay, random anachronistic detritus...
"Someone forgot to terminate the network."

What value resistor was that again?


On Jul 20, 2013, at 9:53 AM, John C. Welch wrote:

> Because while it works decently in a LAN ­ only environment or a FirstClass
> only environment, it has some behaviors that make it less than stellar in
> the wider non-firstclass world. If you're only using it in a fairly closed
> environment, it's decent enough, but I don't see the point in groupware like
> that. Note, I say the same thing about lotus notes.
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> The away message thing is the low hanging fruit.
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>> Why?
>> On Jul 18, 2013, at 7:31 PM, John C. Welch <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>>> Oh, I almost forgot, STOP USING FIRSTCLASS.
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Re: First Class

Ansgar Wiechers
On 2013-07-20 David Elkin-Bram wrote:
> Yay, random anachronistic detritus...
> "Someone forgot to terminate the network."
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> What value resistor was that again?

50 Ω, IIRC.

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