[Melbourne-pm] Fwd: [pm_groups] server issues

Scott Penrose scottp at dd.com.au
Mon Dec 13 16:03:27 CST 2004

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Yet again the PM server farm is letting us down. We had mail blocks a 
few days ago and now we are having problems again.


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Wayne Walker <wwalker at bybent.com>
> Date: 14 December 2004 2:29:04 AM
> To: pm_groups at pm.org
> Cc: Subject: [pm_groups] server issues
> Reply-To: Wayne Walker <wwalker at bybent.com>
> There are some significant server issues right now.  All accounts are
> deactivated.  We will give you more detail soon.  My apologies for the
> inconvenience.
> -- 
> Wayne Walker
> Fedora/RedHat upgrade = yum install apt
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> IRC:     wwalker on freenode.net
> -- 
> Request pm.org Technical Support via support at pm.org
> pm_groups mailing list
> pm_groups at mail.pm.org
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