On 09-May-01, peter karlsson wrote: >> How far back does your archive go? > > December 1999. I didn't have any older messages saved. (There are a number > of messages that get stamped as "January 1st 1970", but those all stem from > messages where the poster has used software that is not Y2K safe). There's > currently about 2400 messages in the archive, and it's searcheable. I believe I have most messages from November 1997 to the present. I might have deleted a few spam messages, and of course the occasional ISP glitch might mean I missed some. They are in a fairly usable format; a separate file for each message. If you would like me to archive and upload them, just let me know. I could create a gzipped tar archive. Also, the file naming convention means you could determine the order in which the messages arrived in my mailbox; so you can assign a more-or-less accurate posting date to those messages with 1970 dates in the headers. -- Mark - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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