> Pat wrote:
> > does progsoc have a POP3 mail server so we can get our mail directly?
> Umm, yes and no.
> We do, but it's not coping with NIS+ (which is kind of odd - it really
> Anand started on it, but couldn't get it working nor work out why. I
> undertook to take it over and was going to work on it this weekend
> alongside tasks on the new ProgSoc database, but recent unexpected
> ProgSoc events have diverted my energies away from such tasks.
> > Any of you admin dudes: mail me if i can help in someway
> What would be really good would be for someone to volunteer to get the
> POP server working. You up to it?
As luck would have it, I've had one working properly since Thursday. So
that task is done. The pop server is located at pop.progsoc.uts.edu.au
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