Conforming


C. BACON (CRB%NIHCUDEC.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU)
Thu, 18 Feb 88 13:31:02 EDT


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Hello All,

> Re: "From: address of > Re: "From: address of terry@dvax "

MY host administrator has changed our official sitename to match
our MILnet sitename (dec-vax-11-750.arpa). This will cause the
"FROM" address of my mail to conform network requirements.

Seems only fair...

Terry Robb
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*- Terence A. Robb -*
*- Network Solutions -*
*- Systems Programming Specialist -*
*- MILnet: terry@dec-vax-11-750.arpa -*
*- PHONEnet: (703) 749-1918 -*
*- MAILnet: 8229 Boone Blvd., 7th Floor, Vienna, Virginia, 22180 -*
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Comment by C. BACON
I take it from the name that DEC-VAX-11-750.ARPA is the definitive and
authoritative gateway to all the 750s on the Internet! You could get
just a wee bit dumber and name your site NETWORK-HOST.ARPA (=:
--Or how about ARPA.ARPA (hostmaster could let it slip past!)
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