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From: Rich Graves 
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism,alt.conspiracy
Subject: ZOG gremlins are disrupting NSWPP's mail, too
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 1996 15:13:32 -0700
Organization: Stanford University
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Harold, could you be a little more specific about your troubles with your
PC? The proper forum is probably 

Harold is using Eudora 1.5.4 (16-bit Windows). His server is running QPOP
2.2 and sendmail 8.7.5.


On Wed, 4 Sep 1996, NSWPP-CSU  wrote:

>         On Sunday, September 1st, at approximately 2100 hours, contact was
> lost with all three NSWPP ISPs and is still not fully restored. At this time
> we honestly do not know what has happened. 
>         We have been able to recover some e-mail this afternoon; other
> transmissions appear to have been corrupted.
>         I hope to be able to resume NSNet Bulletins within the next 24
> hours, but we are still not certain whether we will be able to stay online
> or for how long. Please be patient.
>         Somebody wants us off the Net---BAD. They will fail.
>                                                         -Winston Smith 
>       "This destiny does not tire, nor can it be broken, and its mantle of
> strength descends upon those in its service." - Francis Parker Yockey, IMPERIUM

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