Re: How many people receive TCP-IP


Ted Schroeder (ultra!ted@ames.arc.nasa.gov)
Wed, 3 Aug 88 10:47:27 PDT


enger@GBURG.SCC.COM writes:
> An easy way to get a start at the determination is to look at the main
> distribution list at the NIC. [...] some of those direct recipients are
> mail exploders. [...] perform the above process iteratively to get some
> idea of the ultimate number of recipients.

ames!nyu.edu!phri!roy (Roy Smith) writes:
> And then, don't forget to add in all the people who read TCP-IP as
> its usenet alter ego, comp.protocols.tc-ip.

Also don't forget the bitnet shadow list TCPIP-L at BYUADMIN!

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