Get ready for the spam

Ian Carr-de Avelon (avelon@phys.uva.nl)
Fri, 28 Jul 1995 17:10:38 +0200


I have received the following message fail. This has happened because somone
has joined the list via their anonymous box (I wonder why?). I also have an
anonymous box (not telling you) so the server will not forward messages
without my password.
>Date: Fri, 28 Jul 95 16:17:10 +0300
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>Subject: Anonymous message failed (wrong password)
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>The message you sent to the anonymous server could not be processed, as your
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>From: avelon@phys.uva.nl (Ian Carr-de Avelon)
>To: <CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu>
>Subject: Re: point-to-point conferencing
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>>I realize that most folks want to get onto a reflector and video
>conference. But
>>what is the procedure for running a point-to-point (person to person)
>>connection? Does one site or the other have to have a "private" reflector, or
>>can I use the person's address, like "sam@xyz.edu?"
>>
>>--JW
>>
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>>
>As Paul Ruscher <ruscher@huey.met.fsu.edu> wrote, you need the IP number. That
>means that if you wanted to connect to me, you would not select
>avelon@phys.uva.nl (my mail address), but pc-ia184.phys.uva.nl which is the
>computer I use. The network will look up that this is IP number 145.18.222.184
>which is what it really needs. This is just an example, I don't keep
>CU-SeeMe running the whole time. Not all users know the IP of their machine,
>there are various ways of finding it, depending on the software you have
>available. I have a Trumpet Winsock, which makes it easy, you double click
>on the icon and amongst all the other info is: My IP = 145.18.222.184.
>Having said all this, this is just the theory. The latest PC CU-SeeMe will
>not work point to point through our ethernet. The calling computer says "no
>response" although the called computer says that it has connected.
>Hope that helps
>Ian
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>* Ian Carr-de Avelon avelon@phys.uva.nl *
>* http://pc-ia184.phys.uva.nl/avelon.htm *
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>* dept. of Physics Education *
>* University of Amsterdam *
>* Netherlands *
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* Ian Carr-de Avelon avelon@phys.uva.nl *
* http://pc-ia184.phys.uva.nl/avelon.htm *
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* dept. of Physics Education *
* University of Amsterdam *
* Netherlands *
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