Re: Party line ::reflectors

Jay Shoup (jashoup@indiana.edu)
Sun, 19 May 1996 21:36:23 +5000


You might also want to try sailor.imrryr.org This is a public
reflector. Its ONLY restriction is no commercial use........:-)

> hi. thanks for your responses. thanks especially to verity, who gave me
> the reflectors that finally worked! I want more. please add to this list.
> maybe I'll make a web page if their is enough response. thanks.
>
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>
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