Re: urgent and immediate

David Nightingale (
5 Dec 1994 12:51:30 +0000

Devi (and anyone else who may be interested):

To the best of my knowledge nobody on the pcp list currently has
their mail suspended. Any problems with Dusan's mail are propably
caused by problems other than ones we can do anything about (eg
software/hardware failures in Yugoslavia).

Hoping that this clarifies things (a little), David Nightingale

>Date: Sun, 4 Dec 1994 12:03:06 +0000
>Subject: urgent and immediate
> re _your_ message of <6D176BF420067385@yubgef51.bitnet> dated
>Fri, 2 Dec 1994 13:00 +0200
> >Hi, I think that I understood what your message means only today,
>i.e. that
> >mail from pcp mailbase is suspended for me. Am I right, and if I
>am, please
> >tell
> >me why. May be I missed somthing important that I do not know.
> >
> I've been off the Net for a few days, just got back today, and am
>replying immediately and urgently.
> 1. My last message to you personally was on 10th November and
>concerned mainly Barcelona and EPCA; my last general message on
>pcpmailbase was on 23rd November and concerned references regarding
>leadership 2. Neither of these said anything concerning mail from
>pcp mailbase 3. I have no power to suspend _anyone_ from pcp
>mailbase: I'm just a user, and am puzzled as to what's happening 4.
>I'm deeply worried that someone is playing silly buggers and
>leading you to wonder that it might be me
> Please contact me urgently and tell me more! To which message do
>you refer? In the meantime, I'm repeating this message to the pcp
>mailbase administrator, David Nightingale, by personal e-mail, and
>to everyone on the mailbase for information.
> Kindest regards,
> Devi Jankowicz
> ____________________________________________________________________
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