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[ih] The Atlantic on Email

Totally unrelated, but Richard Tenny should tell his fax relay story. It is similar.

> On Mar 15, 2016, at 16:14, Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.NA> wrote:
> For all it is worth I got a few emails for .NZ in the beginning and
> as I had a German keyboard (Z and Y swapped) I it took quite some
> time to figure that out.
> Then I got some stuff for the Radio Amateurs' packet radio North
> America routing.
> The one I liked the most was stuff for some Naval station at Great
> Lakes, somehow VY.MIL got cut off.  I eventually got hold of the
> Admiral concerned and it took one single email from him to have it
> fixed :-)-O
> el
> On 2016-03-15 19:05 , Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
>> Johan Helsingius writes:
>>>> there was also the little problem of inverting the UK domain
>>>> names from uk.ac.ucl.cs to cs.ucl.ac.uk
>>> Yes, we at EUnet actually had a node in Czechoslovakia, using the
>>> short-lived .cs ccTLD. We had some mail routing issues between
>>> them and our UK node at UKC...
>> Lots of people had that. I remember cs.vu.nl (Andy Tanenbam's
>> department) as lot's of computer science departments did got a lot
>> of mail when the .cs tld got establised due to janet <-> uucp
>> gateway's. Having cs as search path created problems as well.
>> We actually ran one of the bigger path alias databases. We routed
>> quite some mail via mcvax.
>> 	 jaap (...!mcvax!jaap)
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