1994-09-07 - Re: How Did This Get Done?

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From: NetSurfer <jdwilson@gold.chem.hawaii.edu>
To: nobody@shell.portal.com
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UTC Datetime: 1994-09-07 16:52:03 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 7 Sep 94 09:52:03 PDT

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From: NetSurfer <jdwilson@gold.chem.hawaii.edu>
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 94 09:52:03 PDT
To: nobody@shell.portal.com
Subject: Re: How Did This Get Done?
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On Tue, 6 Sep 1994 nobody@shell.portal.com wrote:

> i am sure that there are other ways to do this...i don't know how usenet
> news is passed, but i suspect this is also done in a similar way so if
> you know the port number and the format, you could do it like that...

With my SLIP software, I can set my domain name to be anything I want. 
When first implementing it I even made a mistake which gave me a name of
sersol..com - note the two periods in succession.  It would put out
anything else as well.


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