[NTISP Digest]

ntisp-digest-request@iea-software.com
Wed, 10 Jun 1998 00:01:55 -0700

Message 1: dead users on live mailing lists
from Jack Olszewski <jacek@hermes.net.au>

Message 2: RE: Can't delete directory
from "Lawrence Watkins Work" <lwatkins-work@thepark.net>

Message 3: RE: Can't delete directory
from "Paul T Laudenslager" <ptl@monumental.com>

Message 4: RE: Can't delete directory
from "David Scott" <davidscott@mtgroup.com>

Message 5: Slow NT domain logon
from "Danny Sinang" <danny@uplink.com.ph>

Message 6: Re: Slow NT domain logon
from "Mike@NetDotCom" <mikek@netdotcom.com>

Message 7: Re: Slow NT domain logon
from "Danny Sinang" <danny@uplink.com.ph>

Message 8: Re: Slow NT domain logon
from "Kevin Ingram" <kingram@cameron.net>

Message 9: Postoffice 3.5 released
from Christian Schmit <cschmit@vo.lu>

Message 10: ATM Router
from "Mike Roberts" <mike@datawest.net>

Message 11: Re: Postoffice 3.5 released
from rfink@worldpassage.net (Richard Fink)

Message 12: RE: Postoffice 3.5 released
from eric@valleynetworking.com (Eric Cowperthwaite)

Message 13: RE: Postoffice 3.5 released
from Kurt Butzin <kurt@molar.net>

Message 14: RE: Postoffice 3.5 released
from "John Davies" <jgd@rockliffe.com>

Message 15: Re: Can't delete directory
from "Dan Waldron" <dan@diversified.com.au>

Message 16: Slow login for DUN 1.2
from "JOOSSE, Greg" <joosseg@nrc.com.au>

Message 17: ARGH! Can't back up!
from "Dan Waldron" <dan@diversified.com.au>

Message 18: RE: ARGH! Can't back up!
from rkm@marshall.net (rkm)

Message 19: Re: ARGH! Can't back up!
from "Dan Waldron" <dan@diversified.com.au>

Message 20: RE: Slow login for DUN 1.2
from rkm@marshall.net (rkm)

Message 21: bandwidth control
from "Carlo Gibertini" <carlo@nw.com.br>

Message 22: Re: bandwidth control
from "Rudy Komsic" <rudyk@cyberglobe.net>

Message 23: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2
from "Kevin Ingram" <kingram@cameron.net>

Message 24: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota Limiter
from "Rudy Komsic" <rudyk@cyberglobe.net>

Message 25: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2
from "Rudy Komsic" <rudyk@cyberglobe.net>

Message 26: RE: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota Limiter
from Matthew Andersen <mander@zso.dec.com>

Message 27: Re: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota Limiter
from "Danny Sinang" <danny@uplink.com.ph>

Message 28: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2
from "Danny Sinang" <danny@uplink.com.ph>

Message 29: Re: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota Limiter
from "Dale E. Reed Jr." <daler@iea-software.com>

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Subject: dead users on live mailing lists
From: Jack Olszewski <jacek@hermes.net.au>
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 1998 19:29:36 +1000

Hello,

What do you do with dead users, i.e. no longer subcribers to your
services, who signed up with various mailing lists and did not sign
off before cancelling their accounts? Some of mailing list administrators
do not pay any attention to the list postings bounced back to them with the
'delivery failure' annotation. The postings keep coming and coming, even
despite my personal messages to postmaster@the.domain.in.question about
non-existence of certain addresses on their lists. Very often, neither
bounced back postings nor my own messages could be delivered because of
their smtp servers being down.

In that respect, the worst 3 of mailing list domains seem to be:
news.newswire.microsoft.com
girlsonfilm.com
EMAIL.ZDLISTS.COM

Does anyone have a solution to the problem?

Cheers,
Jack Olszewski
Hermes Internet
http://www.hermes.net.au/

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Subject: RE: Can't delete directory
From: "Lawrence Watkins Work" <lwatkins-work@thepark.net>
Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 08:55:50 -0500

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I had that happen and I had my FTP server still running. I went through and
stopped services one by one untill I could delete it.
-----Original Message-----
From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com
[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Mark Scott
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:38 PM
To: ntisp@iea-software.com
Subject: RE: Can't delete directory

I still bet some other service has it open,,,,,,you might stop all
related services.

Mark
-----Original Message-----
From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com
[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:35 PM
To: ntisp@iea-software.com
Subject: Re: Can't delete directory

Tried That :-(

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Dan Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au
Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Scott <MarkScott@mtgroup.com>
To: ntisp@iea-software.com <ntisp@iea-software.com>
Date: Tuesday, 9 June 1998 13:34
Subject: RE: Can't delete directory

You might try stopping your web publishing service and then try
deleting it.

Mark
-----Original Message-----
From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com
[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:30 PM
To: NT ISP list
Subject: Can't delete directory

Good mornign everyone, or good afternoon if you may be there
too.

I have somehow created a directory (I think it has something
to do with Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't access the permissions -
all I get is "Access Denied" I can't take ownership for the same reason. How
the hell can I delete this directory? Naturally I'm looged in as
Administrator. Any ideas?

Rgds
Dan

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Dan Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au
Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)

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I had=20that happen and I had my FTP server still running. I went through and =stopped=20services one by one untill I could delete it.
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On=20 Behalf Of Mark Scott
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:38 = PM
To: ntisp@iea-software.com
Subject: RE: Can't =delete=20 directory

I=20 still bet some other service has it open,,,,,,you might stop all =related=20 services.
 
Mark
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com=20 [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan=20 Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:35 =PM
To:=20 ntisp@iea-software.com
Subject: Re: Can't delete=20 directory

Tried That :-(

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Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 (+61-2-9832-0951)
-----Original=20 Message-----
From: Mark Scott <MarkScott@mtgroup.com>
To:=20 ntisp@iea-software.com=20 <ntisp@iea-software.com>
=Date:=20 Tuesday, 9 June 1998 13:34
Subject: RE: Can't =delete=20 directory

You might try stopping your web publishing service =and then=20 try deleting it.
 
Mark
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com=20 [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf =Of Dan=20 Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 10:30=20 PM
To: NT ISP list
Subject: Can't =delete=20 directory

Good mornign =everyone, or good=20 afternoon if you may be there too.
 
I have somehow created a directory =(I think it=20 has something to do with Frontpage) which I can't =delete. I=20 can't access the permissions - all I get is "Access = Denied" I can't take ownership for the same reason. =How the=20 hell can I delete this directory? Naturally I'm looged =in as=20 Administrator. Any ideas?
 
Rgds
Dan

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Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 =(+61-2-9832-0951)
=------=_NextPart_000_000B_01BD9384.668EE990--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 3 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Can't delete directoryFrom: "Paul T Laudenslager" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 10:08:17 -0400This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_008F_01BD938E.857E7BE0Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bitI've actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes care of it.I've also seen where I've been able to delete it from the DOS prompt, butNOT the Explorer window.Paul -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:30 PM To: NT ISP list Subject: Can't delete directory Good mornign everyone, or good afternoon if you may be there too. I have somehow created a directory (I think it has something to do withFrontpage) which I can't delete. I can't access the permissions - all I getis "Access Denied" I can't take ownership for the same reason. How the hellcan I delete this directory? Naturally I'm looged in as Administrator. Anyideas? Rgds Dan ------------------------------------------- Dan Waldron Diversified Data dan@diversified.com.au http://www.diversified.com.au Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828) Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_008F_01BD938E.857E7BE0Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I've=20actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes care of=20it.
 
I've=20also seen where I've been able to delete it from the DOS prompt, but NOT =the=20Explorer window.
 
Paul
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On=20 Behalf Of Dan Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 =11:30=20 PM
To: NT ISP list
Subject: Can't delete=20 directory

Good mornign everyone, or good =afternoon if=20 you may be there too.
 
I have somehow created a directory (I think it =has=20 something to do with Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't access =the=20 permissions - all I get is "Access Denied" I can't take =ownership=20 for the same reason. How the hell can I delete this directory? =Naturally I'm=20 looged in as Administrator. Any ideas?
 
Rgds
Dan

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Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 (+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_008F_01BD938E.857E7BE0--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 4 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Can't delete directoryFrom: "David Scott" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 09:14:47 -0500This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_003B_01BD9387.0CB37F00Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bitHave you tried using the "Net File" command on the directory/files torelease any locks?David Scott -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Paul T Laudenslager Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 9:08 AM To: ntisp@iea-software.com Subject: RE: Can't delete directory I've actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes care of it. I've also seen where I've been able to delete it from the DOS prompt,but NOT the Explorer window. Paul -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:30 PM To: NT ISP list Subject: Can't delete directory Good mornign everyone, or good afternoon if you may be there too. I have somehow created a directory (I think it has something to dowith Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't access the permissions - all Iget is "Access Denied" I can't take ownership for the same reason. How thehell can I delete this directory? Naturally I'm looged in as Administrator.Any ideas? Rgds Dan ------------------------------------------- Dan Waldron Diversified Data dan@diversified.com.au http://www.diversified.com.au Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828) Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_003B_01BD9387.0CB37F00Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Have=20you tried using the "Net File" command on the directory/files =to=20release any locks?
 
David=20Scott
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On=20 Behalf Of Paul T Laudenslager
Sent: Tuesday, June 09, =1998=20 9:08 AM
To: ntisp@iea-software.com
Subject: RE: =Can't=20 delete directory

I've actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes =care of=20 it.
 
I've also seen where I've been able to delete it from the =DOS prompt,=20 but NOT the Explorer window.
 
Paul
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com=20 [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan=20 Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:30 =PM
To: NT=20 ISP list
Subject: Can't delete =directory

Good mornign everyone, or =good afternoon=20 if you may be there too.
 
I have somehow created a directory (I think =it has=20 something to do with Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't =access the=20 permissions - all I get is "Access Denied" I can't =take=20 ownership for the same reason. How the hell can I delete this =directory?=20 Naturally I'm looged in as Administrator. Any =ideas?
 
Rgds
Dan

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Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 =(+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_003B_01BD9387.0CB37F00--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 5 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Slow NT domain logonFrom: "Danny Sinang" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 00:41:01 +0800Hello.I have a PDC connected to my Win 95 workstation via a coax cable. I alwayslogon as administrator from this workstation and authentication waslightning fast.But lately, after a fresh boot-up, it takes around 5 seconds for me to getauthenticated.My Win 95 machine's NIC is a 3Com 3c509B Combo card. Before things got slow,I connected a UTP cable to a network hub to get my Win 95 machine to authagainst another PDC ( another domain ) I'm testing stuff on.I've reverted my Win 95 machine to use my first PDC's domain as itsworkgroup.Anybody know why things got slow ?Note that if I do a Shutdown / Close programs and log on as another user, Iget fast authentication and logon.Danny SinangPresident - Uplink Technologies, Inc.( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )www.uplink.com.phdanny@uplink.com.ph..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 6 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow NT domain logonFrom: "Mike@NetDotCom" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 12:47:50 -0400Does the combo card allow you to connect to both coax and UTP????Most ether cards only allow one media type to be active at any one timeusually through sensing which connector has a signal on it.If you have cables attached to both this may be the source of your problem.Mike-----Original Message-----From: Danny Sinang To: NTISP Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 12:39 PMSubject: Slow NT domain logon>Hello.>>I have a PDC connected to my Win 95 workstation via a coax cable. I always>logon as administrator from this workstation and authentication was>lightning fast.>>But lately, after a fresh boot-up, it takes around 5 seconds for me to get>authenticated.>>My Win 95 machine's NIC is a 3Com 3c509B Combo card. Before things gotslow,>I connected a UTP cable to a network hub to get my Win 95 machine to auth>against another PDC ( another domain ) I'm testing stuff on.>>I've reverted my Win 95 machine to use my first PDC's domain as its>workgroup.>>Anybody know why things got slow ?>>Note that if I do a Shutdown / Close programs and log on as another user, I>get fast authentication and logon.>>>Danny Sinang>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )>www.uplink.com.ph>danny@uplink.com.ph>>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 7 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow NT domain logonFrom: "Danny Sinang" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 01:04:15 +0800Nope, the card doesn't allow simultaneous connection to both coax and UTP.If it detects UTP, it will use the UTP connection. This is the behaviour ofmy NIC as I have observed.Sorry I forgot to mention that I've removed the UTP ever since.Anyway, I think I've got it figured out already.When I changed my workgroup and Win 95 re-installed some network components,my previous settings were changed - particularly the properties of File andPrinter Sharing.The Browse Master field was set to the value of "Automatic". I changed it to"Enabled" and logon has been fast again.I also tried changing the value of LM announce to Yes but it slowed down theshutdown sequence.So far, everything's fast again. I'll observe some more to see if indeed Istumbled upon the correct solution.- Danny-----Original Message-----From: Mike@NetDotCom To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: Wednesday, June 10, 1998 12:55 AMSubject: Re: Slow NT domain logon>Does the combo card allow you to connect to both coax and UTP????>>Most ether cards only allow one media type to be active at any one time>usually through sensing which connector has a signal on it.>>If you have cables attached to both this may be the source of your problem.>>Mike>>-----Original Message----->From: Danny Sinang >To: NTISP >Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 12:39 PM>Subject: Slow NT domain logon>>>>Hello.>>>>I have a PDC connected to my Win 95 workstation via a coax cable. I always>>logon as administrator from this workstation and authentication was>>lightning fast.>>>>But lately, after a fresh boot-up, it takes around 5 seconds for me to get>>authenticated.>>>>My Win 95 machine's NIC is a 3Com 3c509B Combo card. Before things got>slow,>>I connected a UTP cable to a network hub to get my Win 95 machine to auth>>against another PDC ( another domain ) I'm testing stuff on.>>>>I've reverted my Win 95 machine to use my first PDC's domain as its>>workgroup.>>>>Anybody know why things got slow ?>>>>Note that if I do a Shutdown / Close programs and log on as another user,I>>get fast authentication and logon.>>>>>>Danny Sinang>>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.>>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )>>www.uplink.com.ph>>danny@uplink.com.ph>>>>>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 8 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow NT domain logonFrom: "Kevin Ingram" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 12:02:55 -0500Do you have additional protocols installed that aren't being used? They maymay slowing you down...Kevin Ingram-----Original Message-----From: Danny Sinang To: NTISP Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 11:35 AMSubject: Slow NT domain logon>Hello.>>I have a PDC connected to my Win 95 workstation via a coax cable. I always>logon as administrator from this workstation and authentication was>lightning fast.>>But lately, after a fresh boot-up, it takes around 5 seconds for me to get>authenticated.>>My Win 95 machine's NIC is a 3Com 3c509B Combo card. Before things gotslow,>I connected a UTP cable to a network hub to get my Win 95 machine to auth>against another PDC ( another domain ) I'm testing stuff on.>>I've reverted my Win 95 machine to use my first PDC's domain as its>workgroup.>>Anybody know why things got slow ?>>Note that if I do a Shutdown / Close programs and log on as another user, I>get fast authentication and logon.>>>Danny Sinang>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )>www.uplink.com.ph>danny@uplink.com.ph>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 9 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Postoffice 3.5 releasedFrom: Christian Schmit Date: Tue, 09 Jun 1998 21:15:30 +0200Hi,I just saw that Post-Office 3.5 is available, but when I sawwhat a Postoffice 3.1.2 customer needs to pay as upgradeI feel pissed off. 99$ per 100 e-mail addresses. They even make nodifference if you have licensed Postoffce version 1.x; 2.x; or 3.x.Everyone has to pay the same when upgrading! Thinking back onthe BIG price increase from version 2.x to 3.x where one got500 e-mails for 495$ now 100 e-mails for 495$, I thought that theywould be more cooperative on upgrades after this dramatic price increase. I already wonder what the upgrade price will be from version 3.5 to4.0?When looking the what's new in Postoffice 3.5 I find thatonly minor changes and features were added which already should havebeen in Postoffice for a long time. Important changes such as IMAP4or a web interface for customers to access their mail when no mail clientis available are still missing!They also gave the product a new name Intermail Postoffice edition.Another problem I have with them is that they even don't offer a mailing list for Postoffice customers where customers can help themselves to resolveproblems even if problems are very rare with PostOffice. They want you to buy their support packages.On the other hand I must admit that the Postoffice E-Mail server worksflawlessly since we are using it. Rock solid never had a problem, but the pricing strategy of software.com is becoming a problem for us.Just my 5 cents,Christian..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 10 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: ATM RouterFrom: "Mike Roberts" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 14:39:30 -0600I am looking for an ATM router. Here is what US West says I need:SMF & MMF, DS3 / Quad DS-1 interfaceSupport segmentation and Reassembly of ATM cellsSupport RFC 1483 Termination (Ethernet to ATM Cells)Ethernet interfaceSupports multiple concurent PPP sessionsAnyone have one? know where I can get one? leasing options?(719) 532-1651*Mike Roberts*Datawest Internet, LLC*Colorado Springs - http://www.datawest.net..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 11 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Postoffice 3.5 releasedFrom: rfink@worldpassage.net (Richard Fink)Date: Tue, 09 Jun 1998 13:49:42 -0700At 09:15 PM 6/9/98 +0200, you wrote:On the other hand I must admit that the Postoffice E-Mail server works>flawlessly since we are using it. Rock solid never had a problem, but the >pricing strategy of software.com is becoming a problem for us.>>Just my 5 cents,>>ChristianI'm in full agreement with you. It should have been a free upgrade for 3.x customers. Their pricing is leading us to IMail faster than Software.com would have ever believed.-Ric ===================================================================== Richard Fink Tel: 415 381-0215 WorldPassage Fax: 415 381-0822 P.O.Box 2339 rfink@worldpassage.net Mill Valley, CA 94942 http://www.worldpassage.net WorldPassage is a communications service and Internet Service Provider owned and operated by RainTree Computer Systems, Inc...------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 12 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Postoffice 3.5 releasedFrom: eric@valleynetworking.com (Eric Cowperthwaite)Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 14:00:20 -0700The pricing is simply ridiculous. We like Post.Office 3.1.2 very much. But,at that sort of price, there is no way we are going to even considerupgrading. Most vendors give their customers free, or very low cost,upgrades within version types. Apparently Software.com doesn't think thisway, and doesn't care about customer loyalty. This pricing structure willdrive customers away in droves.Eric W. CowperthwaiteSystem EngineerValley Networking, Inc.eric@valleynetworking.com-----Original Message-----From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Richard FinkSent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 1:50 PMTo: ntisp@iea-software.comSubject: Re: Postoffice 3.5 releasedAt 09:15 PM 6/9/98 +0200, you wrote:On the other hand I must admit that the Postoffice E-Mail server works>flawlessly since we are using it. Rock solid never had a problem, but the>pricing strategy of software.com is becoming a problem for us.>>Just my 5 cents,>>ChristianI'm in full agreement with you. It should have been a free upgrade for 3.xcustomers. Their pricing is leading us to IMail faster than Software.comwould have ever believed.-Ric===================================================================== Richard Fink Tel: 415 381-0215 WorldPassage Fax: 415 381-0822 P.O.Box 2339 rfink@worldpassage.net Mill Valley, CA 94942 http://www.worldpassage.net WorldPassage is a communications service and Internet Service Provider owned and operated by RainTree Computer Systems, Inc...------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 13 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Postoffice 3.5 releasedFrom: Kurt Butzin Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 17:06:30 -0400We went to IMail 6 months ago for just that reason!Kurt A. Butzin, DDSPresidentMolarnet Technologies, Inc.1936 Bay StreetSaginaw, MI 48602kurt@molar.net=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0==A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0http://www.molar.netAuthorized iPSwitch WebVar=A0 ( =http://www.molar.net/ipswitch/index.html)-----Original Message-----From: rfink@worldpassage.net [mailto:rfink@worldpassage.net]Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 4:50 PMTo: ntisp@iea-software.comSubject: Re: Postoffice 3.5 releasedAt 09:15 PM 6/9/98 +0200, you wrote:On the other hand I must admit that the Postoffice E-Mail server works>flawlessly since we are using it. Rock solid never had a problem, butthe=20>pricing strategy of software.com is becoming a problem for us.>>Just my 5 cents,>>ChristianI'm in full agreement with you. It should have been a free upgrade for3.x customers. Their pricing is leading us to IMail faster thanSoftware.com would have ever believed.-Ric=20=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D==3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D==3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D Richard Fink Tel: 415 381-0215 WorldPassage Fax: 415 381-0822 P.O.Box 2339 rfink@worldpassage.net Mill Valley, CA 94942 http://www.worldpassage.net WorldPassage is a communications service and Internet Service Provider owned and operated by RainTree Computer Systems, Inc...------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 14 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Postoffice 3.5 releasedFrom: "John Davies" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 14:27:35 -0700Hi Eric,You might want to look at moving to MailSite:http://www.rockliffe.com/mailsite.htmWe have many customers that have moved from Post.Office. We value our customersand offer very reasonable upgrades.>The pricing is simply ridiculous. We like Post.Office 3.1.2 very much. But,>at that sort of price, there is no way we are going to even consider>upgrading. Most vendors give their customers free, or very low cost,>upgrades within version types. Apparently Software.com doesn't think this>way, and doesn't care about customer loyalty. This pricing structure will>drive customers away in droves.>>>On the other hand I must admit that the Postoffice E-Mail server works>>flawlessly since we are using it. Rock solid never had a problem, but the>>pricing strategy of software.com is becoming a problem for us.>>I'm in full agreement with you. It should have been a free upgrade for 3.x>customers. Their pricing is leading us to IMail faster than Software.com>would have ever believed...------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 15 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Can't delete directoryFrom: "Dan Waldron" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 08:51:21 +1000This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_002A_01BD944C.F0D295C0Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableYou're absolutely right, the reboot did the trick!RgdsDan-------------------------------------------Dan WaldronDiversified Datadan@diversified.com.auhttp://www.diversified.com.auPh: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951) -----Original Message----- From: Paul T Laudenslager To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: Wednesday, 10 June 1998 0:07 Subject: RE: Can't delete directory =20 =20 I've actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes care of it. =20 I've also seen where I've been able to delete it from the DOS =prompt, but NOT the Explorer window. =20 Paul -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:30 PM To: NT ISP list Subject: Can't delete directory =20 =20 Good mornign everyone, or good afternoon if you may be there =too. =20 I have somehow created a directory (I think it has something to =do with Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't access the permissions =- all I get is "Access Denied" I can't take ownership for the same =reason. How the hell can I delete this directory? Naturally I'm looged =in as Administrator. Any ideas? =20 Rgds Dan =20 ------------------------------------------- Dan Waldron Diversified Data dan@diversified.com.au http://www.diversified.com.au Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828) Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_002A_01BD944C.F0D295C0Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
You're absolutely right, the reboot =did the=20trick!
 
Rgds
Dan

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Dan=20Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=200417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20(+61-2-9832-0951)
-----Original =Message-----
From:=20 Paul T Laudenslager <ptl@monumental.com>
To: =ntisp@iea-software.com =<ntisp@iea-software.com>
=Date:=20 Wednesday, 10 June 1998 0:07
Subject: RE: Can't delete = directory

I've actually resorted to rebooting. That usually takes =care of=20 it.
 
I've also seen where I've been able to delete it from the =DOS prompt,=20 but NOT the Explorer window.
 
Paul
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com=20 [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan=20 Waldron
Sent: Monday, June 08, 1998 11:30 =PM
To: NT=20 ISP list
Subject: Can't delete =directory

Good mornign everyone, or =good afternoon=20 if you may be there too.
 
I have somehow created a directory (I think =it has=20 something to do with Frontpage) which I can't delete. I can't =access the=20 permissions - all I get is "Access Denied" I can't =take=20 ownership for the same reason. How the hell can I delete this =directory?=20 Naturally I'm looged in as Administrator. Any =ideas?
 
Rgds
Dan

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Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 =(+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_002A_01BD944C.F0D295C0--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 16 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Slow login for DUN 1.2From: "JOOSSE, Greg" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 08:46:00 +1000Hello list,After upgrading my OSR2 Windows 95 PC to Dial-Up Networking v1.2 it takes much longer to login to my ISP. It seems the authentication process is slower. Any ideas how to fix this?Greg JoosseSydney Australia..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 17 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: ARGH! Can't back up!From: "Dan Waldron" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 11:03:48 +1000This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_0006_01BD945F.71DDB0C0Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableEvening chaps.... (and chapesses of course...)I have just knocked together a second machine to look after web serving =and I'm trying to back it up over the network. I'm using NTBACKUP. If I =start my little batch file from a command prompt or by double clicking =on teh icon, it works great, backups up all local drives and the network =drives too. However, if I schedule the backup, by either using Arcana =Scheduler or NT's Schedule service, I get the following errors. My logon =has not changed, I'm still the Administrator. The tape drive is on the =PDC, the web server is the BDC.RgdsDanTape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98"Backup of "O:"Backup set #4 on tape #1Backup description: ""Backup Method: NormalBackup started on 6/10/98 at 3:57:10You do not have permission to access portions of .Please see the owner or administrator to get permission.You do not have permission to access portions of .Please see the owner or administrator to get permission.Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13Backed up 0 files in 0 directories.Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds.-------------------------------------------Dan WaldronDiversified Datadan@diversified.com.auhttp://www.diversified.com.auPh: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_0006_01BD945F.71DDB0C0Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Evening chaps.... (and chapesses of=20course...)
 
I have just knocked together a second machine to =look after=20web serving and I'm trying to back it up over the network. I'm using =NTBACKUP.=20If I start my little batch file from a command prompt or by double =clicking on=20teh icon, it works great, backups up all local drives and the network =drives=20too. However, if I schedule the backup, by either using Arcana Scheduler =or NT's=20Schedule service, I get the following errors. My logon has not changed, =I'm=20still the Administrator. The tape drive is on the PDC, the web server is =the=20BDC.
 
Rgds
Dan

Tape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98"
Backup of=20"O:"
Backup set #4 on tape #1
Backup description:=20""
Backup Method: Normal
Backup started on 6/10/98 at=203:57:10
You do not have permission to access portions of .
Please =see the=20owner or administrator to get permission.
You do not have permission =to=20access portions of .
Please see the owner or administrator to get=20permission.

Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13
Backed up 0 files in 0=20directories.
Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds.


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Dan=20Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=200417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20(+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_0006_01BD945F.71DDB0C0--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 18 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: ARGH! Can't back up!From: rkm@marshall.net (rkm)Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 21:39:16 -0400This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_0009_01BD93EF.0E2674B0Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bitMy guess is that the account you are running the services (arcana? Arcadamaybe? and AT or WINAT) under doesn't have sufficient privledges. Doesn'tmatter who you are logged in as if a service is what's running the backup. -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 9:04 PM To: NT ISP list Subject: ARGH! Can't back up! Evening chaps.... (and chapesses of course...) I have just knocked together a second machine to look after web servingand I'm trying to back it up over the network. I'm using NTBACKUP. If Istart my little batch file from a command prompt or by double clicking onteh icon, it works great, backups up all local drives and the network drivestoo. However, if I schedule the backup, by either using Arcana Scheduler orNT's Schedule service, I get the following errors. My logon has not changed,I'm still the Administrator. The tape drive is on the PDC, the web server isthe BDC. Rgds Dan Tape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98" Backup of "O:" Backup set #4 on tape #1 Backup description: "" Backup Method: Normal Backup started on 6/10/98 at 3:57:10 You do not have permission to access portions of . Please see the owner or administrator to get permission. You do not have permission to access portions of . Please see the owner or administrator to get permission. Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13 Backed up 0 files in 0 directories. Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds. ------------------------------------------- Dan Waldron Diversified Data dan@diversified.com.au http://www.diversified.com.au Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828) Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_0009_01BD93EF.0E2674B0Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
My=20guess is that the account you are running the services (arcana? Arcada =maybe?=20and AT or WINAT) under doesn't have sufficient privledges. Doesn't =matter who=20you are logged in as if a service is what's running the backup.=20
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On=20 Behalf Of Dan Waldron
Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 =9:04=20 PM
To: NT ISP list
Subject: ARGH! Can't back=20 up!

Evening chaps.... (and chapesses =of=20 course...)
 
I have just knocked together a second machine to =look=20 after web serving and I'm trying to back it up over the network. I'm =using=20 NTBACKUP. If I start my little batch file from a command prompt or =by double=20 clicking on teh icon, it works great, backups up all local drives =and the=20 network drives too. However, if I schedule the backup, by either =using=20 Arcana Scheduler or NT's Schedule service, I get the following =errors. My=20 logon has not changed, I'm still the Administrator. The tape drive =is on the=20 PDC, the web server is the BDC.
 
Rgds
Dan

Tape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98"
Backup of=20 "O:"
Backup set #4 on tape #1
Backup description:=20 ""
Backup Method: Normal
Backup started on 6/10/98 =at=20 3:57:10
You do not have permission to access portions of =..
Please see=20 the owner or administrator to get permission.
You do not have =permission=20 to access portions of .
Please see the owner or administrator to =get=20 permission.

Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13
Backed up 0 files in 0=20 directories.
Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds.


-------------------------------------------
Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 (+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_0009_01BD93EF.0E2674B0--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 19 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: ARGH! Can't back up!From: "Dan Waldron" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 11:41:58 +1000This is a multi-part message in MIME format.------=_NextPart_000_0018_01BD9464.C6E24540Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableI'll try that - thanks!-------------------------------------------Dan WaldronDiversified Datadan@diversified.com.auhttp://www.diversified.com.auPh: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951) -----Original Message----- From: rkm To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: Wednesday, 10 June 1998 11:40 Subject: RE: ARGH! Can't back up! =20 =20 My guess is that the account you are running the services (arcana? =Arcada maybe? and AT or WINAT) under doesn't have sufficient privledges. =Doesn't matter who you are logged in as if a service is what's running =the backup.=20 -----Original Message----- From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com =[mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan Waldron Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 9:04 PM To: NT ISP list Subject: ARGH! Can't back up! =20 =20 Evening chaps.... (and chapesses of course...) =20 I have just knocked together a second machine to look after web =serving and I'm trying to back it up over the network. I'm using =NTBACKUP. If I start my little batch file from a command prompt or by =double clicking on teh icon, it works great, backups up all local drives =and the network drives too. However, if I schedule the backup, by either =using Arcana Scheduler or NT's Schedule service, I get the following =errors. My logon has not changed, I'm still the Administrator. The tape =drive is on the PDC, the web server is the BDC. =20 Rgds Dan Tape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98" Backup of "O:" Backup set #4 on tape #1 Backup description: "" Backup Method: Normal Backup started on 6/10/98 at 3:57:10 You do not have permission to access portions of . Please see the owner or administrator to get permission. You do not have permission to access portions of . Please see the owner or administrator to get permission. Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13 Backed up 0 files in 0 directories. Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds. =20 ------------------------------------------- Dan Waldron Diversified Data dan@diversified.com.au http://www.diversified.com.au Ph: 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828) Fx: 02-9832-0951 (+61-2-9832-0951)------=_NextPart_000_0018_01BD9464.C6E24540Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I'll try that - thanks!

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Dan=20Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=200417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20(+61-2-9832-0951)
-----Original =Message-----
From:=20 rkm <rkm@marshall.net>
To: =ntisp@iea-software.com =<ntisp@iea-software.com>
=Date:=20 Wednesday, 10 June 1998 11:40
Subject: RE: ARGH! Can't =back=20 up!

My=20 guess is that the account you are running the services (arcana? =Arcada=20 maybe? and AT or WINAT) under doesn't have sufficient privledges. =Doesn't=20 matter who you are logged in as if a service is what's running the =backup.=20
-----Original Message-----
From:=20 ntisp-request@iea-software.com=20 [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of Dan=20 Waldron
Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 9:04 =PM
To: NT=20 ISP list
Subject: ARGH! Can't back =up!

Evening chaps.... (and =chapesses of=20 course...)
 
I have just knocked together a second =machine to look=20 after web serving and I'm trying to back it up over the network. =I'm=20 using NTBACKUP. If I start my little batch file from a command =prompt or=20 by double clicking on teh icon, it works great, backups up all =local=20 drives and the network drives too. However, if I schedule the =backup, by=20 either using Arcana Scheduler or NT's Schedule service, I get =the=20 following errors. My logon has not changed, I'm still the =Administrator.=20 The tape drive is on the PDC, the web server is the =BDC.
 
Rgds
Dan

Tape Name: "Tape created on 6/10/98"
Backup of=20 "O:"
Backup set #4 on tape #1
Backup =description:=20 ""
Backup Method: Normal
Backup started on =6/10/98 at=20 3:57:10
You do not have permission to access portions of =..
Please=20 see the owner or administrator to get permission.
You do not =have=20 permission to access portions of .
Please see the owner or=20 administrator to get permission.

Backup completed on 6/10/98 at 3:57:13
Backed up 0 files =in 0=20 directories.
Processed 0 bytes in 3 seconds.


-------------------------------------------
Dan=20 Waldron
Diversified Data
dan@diversified.com.au
http://www.diversified.com.au<=BR>Ph:=20 0417-659-828 (+61-417-659-828)
Fx: 02-9832-0951=20 =(+61-2-9832-0951)
------=_NextPart_000_0018_01BD9464.C6E24540--..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 20 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Slow login for DUN 1.2From: rkm@marshall.net (rkm)Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 21:48:15 -0400Put NT on it or wait for 98> -----Original Message-----> From: ntisp-request@iea-software.com> [mailto:ntisp-request@iea-software.com]On Behalf Of JOOSSE, Greg> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 6:46 PM> To: 'ntisp@emerald.iea.com'> Subject: Slow login for DUN 1.2>>>> Hello list,>> After upgrading my OSR2 Windows 95 PC to Dial-Up Networking v1.2> it takes> much longer to login to my ISP. It seems the authentication process is> slower. Any ideas how to fix this?>>> Greg Joosse> Sydney Australia>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 21 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: bandwidth controlFrom: "Carlo Gibertini" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 23:53:40 -0300Hello,There is a way of limit the smtp traffic of my channel ? I having some problems with bandwidth usage, and if I can control this...Abrašos,Carlo..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 22 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: bandwidth controlFrom: "Rudy Komsic" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 23:01:07 -0400first of all what main software do you have?second, have you tried contacting your Mail server vendor to ask for a featurerequest for this feature.third and the most expensive, you can get a Packeteer unit to modify dataoutput for the specific site. goto www.packeteer.com for more information.-----Original Message-----From: Carlo Gibertini To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: June 9, 1998 10:58 PMSubject: bandwidth control>Hello,>>There is a way of limit the smtp traffic of my channel ?>>I having some problems with bandwidth usage, and if I can control this...>>Abrašos,>>Carlo>>>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 23 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2From: "Kevin Ingram" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 22:21:35 -0500Have you removed any unneeded protocols in DUN and Control Panel>>Network?If all you are using is TCP/IP, take out both others.Kevin Ingram-----Original Message-----From: JOOSSE, Greg To: 'ntisp@emerald.iea.com' Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 5:52 PMSubject: Slow login for DUN 1.2>>Hello list,>>After upgrading my OSR2 Windows 95 PC to Dial-Up Networking v1.2 it takes>much longer to login to my ISP. It seems the authentication process is>slower. Any ideas how to fix this?>>>Greg Joosse>Sydney Australia..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 24 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota LimiterFrom: "Rudy Komsic" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 23:24:20 -0400Hello,As we have been seeing more and more personal users abusing their web hostingpriviledges, we are looking into implementing a personal web host trafficlimiter. What it would do is determine if the specified personal client'swebsite had gone over the monthly allowance of web traffic. If he did, hewould be referred to our "Client's website had too many hits this month andwill return next month" web page.Can anyone point me to the right direction on obtaining software like this forMIIS 4.0?----Rudy KomsicPresident, Network Administrator - Cyberglobe Communications Inc.4996 Place de la Savane, Suite 200, Montreal, Quebec, H4P 1Z6Tel: (514)342-3883 Fax: (514)342-5139 E-Mail: rudyk@cyberglobe.net..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 25 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2From: "Rudy Komsic" Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 23:26:33 -0400The QUICKEST and EASIEST to Fix your problems with DUN is to Run the InternetConnection Wizard that is included with Internet Explorer. This will properlyconfigure your system to the appropriate information.-----Original Message-----From: Kevin Ingram To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: June 9, 1998 11:22 PMSubject: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2>Have you removed any unneeded protocols in DUN and Control Panel>>Network?>If all you are using is TCP/IP, take out both others.>>Kevin Ingram>>-----Original Message----->From: JOOSSE, Greg >To: 'ntisp@emerald.iea.com' >Date: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 5:52 PM>Subject: Slow login for DUN 1.2>>>>>>Hello list,>>>>After upgrading my OSR2 Windows 95 PC to Dial-Up Networking v1.2 it takes>>much longer to login to my ISP. It seems the authentication process is>>slower. Any ideas how to fix this?>>>>>>Greg Joosse>>Sydney Australia>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 26 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: RE: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota LimiterFrom: Matthew Andersen Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 22:01:20 -0700Why don't you just limit that bandwidth available to them?-----Original Message-----From: Rudy Komsic [mailto:rudyk@cyberglobe.net]Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 1998 8:24 PMTo: ntisp@iea-software.comSubject: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota LimiterHello,As we have been seeing more and more personal users abusing their webhostingpriviledges, we are looking into implementing a personal web hosttrafficlimiter. What it would do is determine if the specified personalclient'swebsite had gone over the monthly allowance of web traffic. If he did,hewould be referred to our "Client's website had too many hits this monthandwill return next month" web page.Can anyone point me to the right direction on obtaining software likethis forMIIS 4.0?----Rudy KomsicPresident, Network Administrator - Cyberglobe Communications Inc.4996 Place de la Savane, Suite 200, Montreal, Quebec, H4P 1Z6Tel: (514)342-3883 Fax: (514)342-5139 E-Mail: rudyk@cyberglobe.net..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 27 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota LimiterFrom: "Danny Sinang" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 13:18:03 +0800How about forcing your users to put a "default.asp" in their home directory?This default.asp would then contain ASP code to monitor how many hits theuser's website has received. If the maxhits has been reached, have the ASPcode show the "Max hits has been reached" page.- Danny-----Original Message-----From: Rudy Komsic To: ntisp@iea-software.com Date: Wednesday, June 10, 1998 11:29 AMSubject: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota Limiter>Hello,>>As we have been seeing more and more personal users abusing their webhosting>priviledges, we are looking into implementing a personal web host traffic>limiter. What it would do is determine if the specified personal client's>website had gone over the monthly allowance of web traffic. If he did, he>would be referred to our "Client's website had too many hits this month and>will return next month" web page.>>Can anyone point me to the right direction on obtaining software like thisfor>MIIS 4.0?>>---->Rudy Komsic>President, Network Administrator - Cyberglobe Communications Inc.>4996 Place de la Savane, Suite 200, Montreal, Quebec, H4P 1Z6>Tel: (514)342-3883 Fax: (514)342-5139 E-Mail: rudyk@cyberglobe.net>>>..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 28 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Slow login for DUN 1.2From: "Danny Sinang" Date: Wed, 10 Jun 1998 13:28:14 +0800If you need only TCP/IP, then :1. Right click on your DUN connectoid2. Click on Properties3. CLick on Server Types4. Uncheck IPX/SPX and NetBEUIYou may also try unchecking "Log on to Network" .I did all of these for my users and they find dialling-in very fast.- Danny-----Original Message-----From: JOOSSE, Greg To: 'ntisp@emerald.iea.com' Date: Wednesday, June 10, 1998 6:58 AMSubject: Slow login for DUN 1.2>>Hello list,>>After upgrading my OSR2 Windows 95 PC to Dial-Up Networking v1.2 it takes>much longer to login to my ISP. It seems the authentication process is>slower. Any ideas how to fix this?>>>Greg Joosse>Sydney Australia..------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------.| Message 29 |'------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------'Subject: Re: Personal Web Page Traffic Quota LimiterFrom: "Dale E. Reed Jr." Date: Tue, 09 Jun 1998 22:34:57 -0700Rudy Komsic wrote:> > As we have been seeing more and more personal users abusing their web hosting> priviledges, we are looking into implementing a personal web host traffic> limiter. What it would do is determine if the specified personal client's> website had gone over the monthly allowance of web traffic. If he did, he> would be referred to our "Client's website had too many hits this month and> will return next month" web page.> > Can anyone point me to the right direction on obtaining software like this for> MIIS 4.0?That fairly dramatic. What I would do is sum the logs each night and lookfor abusers. This could easily be an automatic task each night that emailsthe summary to admin.What you are desiring would require an ISAPI filter with some kind ofstate capabilities, which takes a lot of overhead to manage.-- Dale E. Reed Jr. (daler@iea-software.com)_________________________________________________________________ IEA Software, Inc. | RadiusNT, Emerald, and NT FAQs Internet Solutions for Today | http://www.iea-software.com