Undeliverable Mail


RDMAILER ($EMD000%SDSUMUS@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU)
FRI 23 SEP 1988 02:37:46 CDT


The following errors occurred while attempting to send this mail file.

Best guess - SENDER is: TCP-IP @SRI-NIC.ARPA

*02.37.43 FROM: Invalid user/address string
*02.37.43 FROM: Invalid user/address string

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Received: from ADMIN.BYU.EDU by SDSUVM.BITNET (Mailer X1.25) with BSMTP id
 3889; Fri, 23 Sep 88 02:37:44 CST
Received: by BYUADMIN (Mailer X1.25) id 0546; Fri, 23 Sep 88 01:36:08 MDT
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 88 14:35:16 GMT
Reply-To: <TCP-IP@SRI-NIC.ARPA>
Sender: "(TCP-IP ARPA Discussions)" <Sender: "(TCP-IP ARPA Discussions)" <TCPIP-L@BYUADMIN>
Comments: <Parser> W: Invalid RFC822 field -- "(MICHAEL". Rest of header
              flushed.
From: oliveb!pyramid!prls!philabs!mergvax!cpmain!mikej
              @AMES.ARC.NASA.GOV
To: jeff consoer <To: jeff consoer <CC57000@SDSUMUS>

I have been seeing a lot lately about "TCP/IP". I would like to find out
more about it. Is it a stand alone protocol or is some special hardware
required to impliment it? Could someone direct me to a text that would describe
it in detail?

Thanks in advance.

--
		Michael	R. Johnston - @NET: 		Michael	R. Johnston - @NET: mikej@cpmain.uucp
..{cmcl2!phri!,uunet!}dasys1!cpmain!mikej || ...philabs!mergvax!cpmain!mikej



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