Bill et al,
visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx will allow posting by non-members now, this will
solve Bill's posting problem. For future reference, visad@unidata will
only post to local Unidata visad list, visad-list@ssec will post to both
SSEC and Unidata visad members.
On Wed, 4 Mar 1998, Bill Java wrote:
> There is a problem with this list (visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx).
> I just repsonded to John's and Glenn's questions and CC'ed
> visad-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, which forwarded my messages to
> visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, which bounced them to me because I'm
> not a member of visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (I am a member under
> my mailing list alias 'Bill Java' so you should all get this).
> This means that those of you subscribed to visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> will not see postings to visad-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx that come from
> outside of Unidata.
> There are two solutions that I can think of:
> 1. Set up visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to allow posting by non-members.
> 2. Get rid of visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and you all join
> visad-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx directly, then I see if I
> can get an answer from the SSEC sys admins about
> archiving visad-list.
> By the way, I forwarded my bounced answers to John's and
> Glenn's questions to Steve, who hopefully can post them
> to visad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (thanks, Steve).
Robb Kambic Unidata Program Center
Software Engineer III Univ. Corp for Atmospheric Research
rkambic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx WWW: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/