Strange message

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at UCL.AC.UK
Wed Apr 10 16:05:28 UTC 2002

Your email fault caused all messages from INDOLOGY to your account to
bounce back, creating a problem in Liverpool.  This computer behaviour
(nothing to do with you personally) is tolerated for a limited period by
the software, but after some days the listserv closes your subscription,
since it is the only way to stop a mounting pile of error messages.

Again: it's nothing personal.  Just the INDOLOGY software and its
administrators (Chris Wooff) doing what is, after all, reasonable.

Now that your email system is working normally again, we can reinstate
your membership without any problem.


Dr Dominik Wujastyk
Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow
Wellcome Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL

On Wed, 10 Apr 2002, Yaroslav Vassilkov wrote:

> Dear Dominik,
>       my e-mail programm for several days was out of order, and the
> first message I recieved after it had been mended was a letter from
> the List server informing me about my removal from the List. Could not you explain me
> what goes on? Has INDOLOGY been closed? Or is it just a mistake? I did not send any
> contribution to the List since March 30 and certainly could not
> misbehave in any way to deserve a punishment of that kind.
> Who is Mr. Chris Wooff, who had removed my name from the List, as I was told?
> Many thanks in advance for an explanation.
> All the best
> Yaroslav
> P.C. I hope the strange message is in the Attachement.
> ---
> Yaroslav Vassilkov (yavass at
> Institute of Oriental Studies
> Wed, 10 Apr 102 19:36 +0300 MSK

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