Undeliverable Mail


RDMAILER ($EMD000%SDSUMUS@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU)
FRI 23 SEP 1988 04:19:53 CDT


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

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

*04.19.50 FROM: Invalid user/address string

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Reply-To: <TCP-IP@SRI-NIC.ARPA>
Sender: "(TCP-IP ARPA Discussions)" <Sender: "(TCP-IP ARPA Discussions)" <TCPIP-L@BYUADMIN>
From: 301 SPAN Network Info Center 286-7251
              <NETMGR@NSSDCA.GSFC.NASA.GOV>
Subject: Forwarding a bounced mail message.
X-To: tcp-ip@sri-nic.ARPA
To: jeff consoer <To: jeff consoer <CC57000@SDSUMUS>

From: NCF::EXOS 30-AUG-1988 11:25
To: POSTMASTER
Subj: Mail error notification

Cannot deliver message to following recipients:
spock!a3bee2!omega!spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.ARPA.
   Reason: EXOS Mail error in following SMTP transaction:
>>> RCPT To:<spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.ARPA>
<<< 550 <spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.ARPA>... User unknown

*** Original message follows: ***

Received: by nssdca id <2020089C051@nssdca.GSFC.NASA.GOV> ;
       Tue, 30 Aug 88 11:05:38 EST
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 88 11:05:18 EST
From: postmaster@nssdca.GSFC.NASA.GOV
Subject: Net Help
To: spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.ARPA
X-VMS-Mail-To: EXOS%"<spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.arpa>"
Message-ID: <880830110518.2020089C051@nssdca.GSFC.NASA.GOV>

 *** VMS error in delivery mail, error message follows ***

EXOS Mail server: delivery error: %MAIL-E-OPENOUT, error opening
NCF_ADM_USER:[PETERS.MAIL]MAIL$0004009181CD74B5.MAI; as output
EXOS Mail server: delivery error: -RMS-E-CRE, ACP file create
failed_ADM_USER:[PETERS.MAIL]MAIL$0004009181CD74B5.MAI; as output
EXOS Mail server: delivery error: -SYSTEM-F-EXDISKQUOTA, disk quota
exceededR:[PETERS.MAIL]MAIL$0004009181CD74B5.MAI; as output
EXOS Mail server: delivery error:
%MAIL-E-OPENOUT, error opening
NCF_ADM_USER:[PETERS.MAIL]MAIL$0004009181CD74B5.MAI; as output
-RMS-E-CRE, ACP file create failed
-SYSTEM-F-EXDISKQUOTA, disk quota exceeded

 *** Original message follows ***

>From : spock!a3bee2!omega!grzesiak@yale-bulldog.arpa
Subject: Net Help

Return-path: <tcp-ip-RELAY@SRI-NIC.ARPA>
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Received: from USENET by ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU with netnews
    for tcp-ip@sri-nic.arpa (tcp-ip@sri-nic.arpa)
    (contact usenet@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU if you have questions)
Date: 27 Aug 88 16:42:06 GMT
Organization: Omega Dynamics , Wallingford Ct.
Message-Id: <103@omega.UUCP>
Sender: tcp-ip-request@sri-nic.arpa
To: tcp-ip@sri-nic.arpa

Hello:
   I have an implementation I'd like to try and have little idea
 about how to go about it. I have a few UNIX boxes , two of which are
 CADMUS 9000's . I have Network cards and drivers for these systems.
 The cards I have are: 3com ethernet and Excelan EXOS 203 (a pair of each).

 What I'd like to know is:
      A) Which of these is a better install?
         (Ease of install , reliable , versatile ,etc)
      B) Can these cards be cheated and how?
         ( Can they be used point to point without tranceivers
            because all I need from them is remote disk mount capability)
      C) If these cards can't be cheated , where can I get thin ethernet
         tranceivers and equipment for these?

    Any help is appreciated - Thank you in advance.....

      John Grzesiak
      Omega Dynamics
      47 Spring Street
      Wallingford Ct 06492. (203) 284-8530 voice
                               (203) 289-9300 work (9-5 Eastern)
                               (203) 284-3776 guest:guest (computer)
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