Re: [As-users] Re: [as-devel] Trying to access as-users

Nathan 'Vaevictus' Mahon (as_ml@vaevictus.net)
Wed, 21 Feb 2007 16:35:44 -0500


Gosh Darned Noob DNS Admin!

:)

Jeff Krebs wrote:
> I think the mailing list issue is fixed.
>
> Jeff
>
>
> * Young Avenger (young_avenger2000@yahoo.co.uk) wrote:
>   
>> Hi
>>
>> I know I'm sending to the wrong list and I apologise.
>>
>> I'd be interesting in working on the documentation or
>> contributing to a FAQ, which is why I'm on this list,
>> but I've still got a number of outstanding
>> configuration options that I'd like help dealing with
>> (these are the kinds of things I'd like to document -
>> the little tips and tricks that you need to know but
>> that take a lot of trawling through the manpages plus
>> trial and error to find out). 
>>
>> Unfortunately I can't seem to get access to as-users.
>> The links on the website are dead, and emailing
>> various addresses that I can find by googling is also
>> producing no response. Does as-users still exist? Can
>> it be reconstituted? Can I get access to it?
>>
>> Any help much appreciated,
>>
>> Y.A.
>>
>>
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