Jim.Hendee at noaa.gov
Mon Mar 18 12:38:07 EST 2002
There are several reasons a message may not make it to you soon after it is
a) The person who sent it sent it from another email address from that
which there are known to coral-list as. This happens a lot. For instance,
Joe at somewhere.com sends a message, but he registered as
Joe at email.somewhere.com. Or, the send is now at another institution, but
forgot to let me (or better, majordomo at coral.aoml.noaa.gov) know. Quite
often I just forward the message instead of hassling the sender and try to
find out who the guy/gal was so I can change their email address for them.
b) The message gets stopped in cyberspace because a server or route was
c) The email queue on the coral-list server stacks up messages that were
attempted to be delivered, but couldn't for whatever reason, then it tries
d) Other. In other words, I haven't a clue.
Please, when you change email addresses, let me know, or better yet, use the
procedure as it was outlined to you when you got your Welcome Message.
Toby Gardner wrote:
> Apologies to the list.
> A message I originally sent 2 weeks ago has just reappeared
> in my in box, I presume everyone got it twice.
> Jim Hendee - Has something upset the server ?
> Toby Gardner
> Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation
> School of Biological Sciences
> University East Anglia
> Norwich NR4 7TJ
> Tel: 01603 610340
> Email: t.gardner at uea.ac.uk
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> menu bar, then click on Coral-List Listserver.
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