Sincerest apologies
Fri, 28 Jan 1994 12:09:52 -0800

I've recently been informed that I've ended up sending multiple copies of a
(rather lengthy) letter to www-talk. I wish to express my most sincere
apologies. Although I'm sure I look like an idiot, I must plead innocence;
all of my posts have been returned with the following bounce:

----- Transcript of session follows -----
sh: /usr/local/bin/deliver: not found
"|/usr/local/bin/deliver -b /userd/tbl/hypertext/WWW/Archive/www-talk.archive"... unknown mailer error 1
sh: /usr/local/bin/deliver: not found
"|/usr/local/bin/deliver -b /userd/tbl/Mailboxes/WWW_Talk_Unread.mbox/mbox"... unknown mailer error 1
554 "|/usr/lib/sendmail -odi -oi -f www-talk-members"... Service unavailable

----- Unsent message follows -----

The last line (sendmail www-talk-members: service unavailable) caused me to
believe the message had not been actually delivered, which I believe was a
reasonable assumption.

My apologies for the worldwide sucking of disk space that I've caused.

Much thanks to Tim Evans for preventing my further embarrassment.

Jared Rhine
wibstr              Harvey Mudd College

"Fornicate and take drugs against the terrible strain of idiots who govern the world." -- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology