[Coco] Re: Thanks for the Princeton Bit.Listserv.CoCo Mail
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Feb 3 15:26:55 EST 2004
On Tuesday 03 February 2004 14:33, Arthur Flexser wrote:
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>On Tue, 3 Feb 2004, Stephen H. Fischer wrote:
>> The bad news that I have just now is that the list owner for the
>> CoCo list has moved onto other places and interests.
>> He has other duties in his present job that eliminate any possible
>> help for us.
>> Getting Princeton, and in this case I clearly wish to state that I
>> mean the person at Princeton who has the title of Master List
>> Owner, to accept a new list owner for our list is the only
>> possible path. Short of some hacker breaking into the listserver
>> there is no way with out the Master List Owner accepting a new
>> CoCo list owner to ever change anything.
>> Stephen H. Fischer <sfischer1 at mindspring.com>
>Seems to me that, in that case, the list owner should have no
> objection to conveying his last management password(s) and other
> information to someone willing to administer the list. I see of no
> reason for notifying Princeton of that change, if it is likely to
> cause them any concern.
Unforch, one must first identify this individual. To my knowledge, no
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