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Re: 20010430: New contact at U. Michigan

Hi Tom, 

Thanks for the up-date..

And thank you for all your work in the past.

I now have your machine as:


We show your primary feed as thelma tho I suspect you are feeding from
motherlode. Can you confirm who you are feeding from and who you are
failing over to. Can you please also provide Karl's e-mail and ph # .

Thank you,

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On Mon, 30 Apr 2001, Unidata Support wrote:

> ------- Forwarded Message
> >To: address@hidden
> >From: Thomas Don Aratari <address@hidden>
> >Organization: UCAR/Unidata
> >Keywords: 200104301918.f3UJI8L08428
> Hello!
> Well my days as the LDM admin over here at The University of Michigan is
> coming to a close..
> Anyways, I would like you to update your information. We have a new LDM
> admin now, his name is Karl Brosius
> I see on the website, that the hostname of our machine is wrong.. its
> yin.engin.umich.edu
> Also, who should we have down as the primary and backup feeds for
> yin.engin? 
> That's all
> Thanks!
> Tom
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Thomas Aratari                        address@hidden
> UofM ITD Contract Services    Unix System Administration
> Pager: 670-3861                       E-Page: address@hidden
> AOSS Building - LDM/Sys Admin         (734) 764-4584
> Medical Science Building II - Sys Admin       (734) 763-5558
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