Monthly Archives: March 2003

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Another month, another perfect pile of pixel pictures. What am I talking about? Why, Newtons Around The World, of course. The infamous gallery of green machines has been updated once again, this time featuring the photographic handiwork of John Charlton, Paul Filmer, and newcomer Julian Wright. Hey, I’m still waiting for you other folks to […]

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After a three month fast, the unquestionably nourishing and vitamin enriched Newton FAQ has been added back on the menu and is awaiting your ready consumption and subsequent digestive processing. This is what I call real brain food. Now fortified with even more valid links.

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Software Update Notice: Tonight, I upgraded the message boards to a incrementally more recent version of the Ultimate Bulletin Board software. I made the cautious leap from our cranky old version 5.39b to the Y2K-compliant 5.47e. The one thing that you may notice with this version is that it fixes the email time stamp issue […]

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I’d like to thank Newted Community member Tom Zahm for taking it upon himself to send the following message to the rest of the membership earlier this evening. Ladies and Gentlemen, Newtonites all,  When I signed up a year or so ago with the Newted Community, I thought “a *one time* founder’s fee – how […]

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Email appears to be normal again. Things should be functioning the way they were prior to my failed attempt at upgrading sendmail. It turns out that the current patched version of sendmail requires other mail-related packages to be installed and running on the server for everything to work. I’m looking into this new twist, mainly […]

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In my attempt to install a patched version of sendmail to fix this vulnerability, I seem to have buggered up access to all POP3 mail accounts. The accounts are still there, you just can’t access them right now. Once I’ve managed to unbugger up everything, I’ll let you know.

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