1994-06-08 - Re: your mail

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From: Mikolaj Habryn <dichro@tartarus.uwa.edu.au>
To: nobody@shell.portal.com
Message Hash: 487c5230553570acbcc551e7f6421dbbb221b643ee91ccda92c0f426eebd0fc2
Message ID: <199406080453.MAA03718@lethe.uwa.edu.au>
Reply To: <199406080205.TAA24689@jobe.shell.portal.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-06-08 04:53:38 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 7 Jun 94 21:53:38 PDT

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From: Mikolaj Habryn <dichro@tartarus.uwa.edu.au>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 94 21:53:38 PDT
To: nobody@shell.portal.com
Subject: Re: your mail
In-Reply-To: <199406080205.TAA24689@jobe.shell.portal.com>
Message-ID: <199406080453.MAA03718@lethe.uwa.edu.au>
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> Can a registered crypto FTP account at RIPEM.MSU.EDU be accessed
> via a USA-based FTP-by-mail server, assuming the correct account 
> ID and password are used, and the FTPed file is destined for the 
> original, USA-based email address?  Or will the use of the 
> intermediate server cause the request to be rejected because the 
> host ID does not match the original one specified when the 
> account was opened?
> If so, can PGP 2.6 be FTPed from another anonymous FTP site, 
> either in the USA or abroad?  Thanks.

Just out of curiosity - could i get into trouble for keeping some US-only 
crypto stuff in my ftp directory in Australia? I've just recently created 
the directory, and i was thinking that PGP would look really nice in there...

If anyone wants to give me a copy, drop it off at 
 - provided, of course, that it is legal for you to do so ...:)

*       *       Mikolaj J. Habryn
    *           "I'm just another sniper on the information super-highway."
                PGP Public key available by finger
    *           #include <standard-disclaimer.h>