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Mar 25, 1998 5:24 PM
send q VRF_Digest vrf
from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD
date: Thursday, 26 March 1998 0917 MST
After thinking about this for a while I have decided to start publishing
a digest of VRF communications on a roughly daily basis. (Since I had
started archiving them anyway I realized this would be simple.)
Since I'm doing it manually I can't guarantee it'll be done like clockwork
(I do like to take a few days off every now and then) but it should be
regular for the most part.
OK, yet another set of signup commands:
ondig / <internet address / <name> Get on VRF digest list.
offdig / <internet address / <name> Get off VRF digest list.
chgdig / <internet address / <name> Change to new VRF digest address.
If I don't get much interest I reserve the right to discontinue this service.
[<>] regards -- gvg
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