Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 54301
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2019/06/18 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2012/2/6-3/26 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA, Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd] UID:54301 Activity:nil
2/6     Um, what happened to ?
        "The requested URL /~myname/ was not found on this server."
        \_ Try emailing root or politburo. I don't think that the
           undergrads use this machine anymore. -ausman
        \_ Ausman is mostly right. LDAP went down due to an expired cert and
           took down most of the rest of our stuff. It's probably a thing with
           mounting and stuff. Email and ask them about the
           status. If nothing's happening, check in.
           \_ tried to mail, from soda.
                Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

                Technical details of permanent failure:
                Message rejected by Google Groups. Please visit
       to review our
                Bulk Email Senders Guidelines.
              \_ Mail has been officially deprecated as a feature for years.
                 This was widely announced via mail as well as motd for at
                 *least* a year. No effort will be spent trying to resolve a
                 spam rating issue caused by email abuse by some alumni, bad
                 .forwards, and so on. Treat soda mail as forward-only, and
                 assume the mailboxes on CSUA systems will go read-only at any
                 moment, even if there will be ample warning. While www has a
                 much rosier outlook for support, it's also a fact that it's
                 not utilized almost at all by students and recent alumni. To
                 get your complaint resolved you'll need to complain to
        (email it from somewhere that actively supports
                 their email services), and check in to make sure someone's
                 making progress on it.
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2/24    What newsreader should I use on soda?
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