[Coco] T&D Software
smostrom7 at comcast.net
Tue Apr 24 23:08:10 EDT 2007
I found most of my T&D information, and was going to begin the task of
indexing all the T&D disks, or at least as many as I have access to right
now. My first thought was to put this info on Wikipedia. I did something
like this a few years ago, indexing many Radio Shack Rompacks and other RS
software on Wikipedia. This seems to have disappeared, unless it was
transferred to another Wiki area that I can't find. All I see now are text
entries describing the Coco - no lists of software any more.
Any suggestions on where I should put this T&D information? What format is
best (text, spreadsheet, etc.) for easiest access? Is there a place for it
on MaltedMedia? Is this indexing still needed or desired?
-- Steve --
----- Original Message -----
From: "John E. Malmberg" <wb8tyw at qsl.net>
To: <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 9:39 PM
Subject: Re: [Coco] email super sleuth
> Kevin Diggs wrote:
>> I was wondering if you might take a look at this and tell what you
>> can divine from it I replaced my email with noone to prevent
> Hello Kevin,
> I composed a reply to this last night, and it never showed up. I suspect
> that gmane misclassified it as spam.
> I can send you a private reply if you send the e-mail to my
> malmberg(at)encompasserve.org address. Encompasserve.org does not use a
> content filter for anything other than viruses.
> gmane mungs all text that contains an at-sign, so I do have your real
> e-mail address. I could use the one that gmane generated, however I do
> not know if a message discussing a spam header would end up in the same
> black-hole of my previous post.
> The fastest way to get an answer about parsing e-mail headers is to set up
> a newsreader to the news.spamcop.net news server. Both Mozilla and
> Outlook Express allow you to access multiple news servers at a time.
> Then post the headers and any other part of the spam sample in the
> "spamcop.spam" newsgroup there, following it with a post in the "spamcop"
> newsgroup referencing the title of the post containing the spam sample.
> There are several people on that forum that usually will give a detailed
> explanation in a short time.
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