Re: weird. . .

Date: 04/07/04-06:49:36 AM Z
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In a message dated 07/04/04 04:46:34 GMT Daylight Time,

> Here's an internet paths and protocols question. I'm mightily
> confounded by this. And confounded minds want to know:
> At 8:43 CDT, I sent a post ("Leaf and Canon questions") to the list.
> At 9:12 a response to the referenced post came in from Sam Wang. At
> that time my original post had not shown up in my e-mail files.
> At 9:34 I fired off a reply to Sam's reply, which hit my inbox at 9:35.
> Then--and here's the point--at 10:35 MY ORIGINAL POST (sent at 8:43,
> mind you) popped into my inbox!
> To quote Dorothy: How can this be!?!
> It's all just so. . . uncertain.
Hi John, This is another ''John''. Seems to be a lot of us around. Your hitch
is similar to one I had a couple of weeks back. Postings were getting thru to
the list and being sent out to subscribers.....but not to me. However, the
quirk cleared up after about a week and everything is back to 'normal'. Maybe
Ryuji Susuki has mentioned a possible cause in his analysis of the internet
paths systems.

''Mine not to reason why. Mine just to do and.... keep on doing.''
                 Apologies for the slightly off topic.
                       John Grocott- photographist
Received on Wed Apr 7 07:02:13 2004

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