Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 15:20:49 -0500 From: "Jon 'maddog' Hall, USG Senior Leader" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: GNHLUG meeting, April 7th, Morse Hall, Room 301 from 7 P.M. to whatever Paul Lussier will be speaking on "Configuring a personal e-mail environment", sorting e-mail with the use of procmail. In addition, Paul will lead a discussion of other e-mail tailoring techniques and tricks, so we can put together a good e-mail environment for the novice (and even long-time) Linux user. We hope to get some discussion in from the greybeards, so the entire presentation is not back on Paul. Paul's goal is to get "the juices" started. And if no one participates, we just start drinking beer earlier. :-) Paul first started playing with Unix in college when DEC gave them a bunch of DEC Station 5000s (one of which is still running as the main Unix server for the school). He quickly realized that this was much more fun than the DOS 3.x/8086 systems in the other lab. He discovered the internet about 3 years before the web existed. He is the only person he knows that knew *in* college that he wanted to be a Unix sysadmin, and have been working towards being the best admin possible since then. He is an e-mail and Free/Open Source software addict. He loves to hack perl in his non-existent spare time, and attempts to play with a home network when he is not at work playing with his real one :) When he is not playing with computers he is at home attempting to finish some type of do-it-yourself-project with his wife or trying to find a good beer somewhere (some of the time with maddog). md =============================================================================== Non-Richly-Formatted Directions to Morse Hall: Proceed to University of New Hampshire, on Rt. 155A in Durham, New Hampshire Coming in from Route 4 you will be entering the town from the west.. Continue past the tennis courts on the right, over the railroad tracks which run under the road, and go to the first traffic light. Turn right. You will pass a road on your right, but keep going. Eventually you will see Morse Hall on your left and an after-hours parking lot (F lot) on your right. Park in F lot. Proceed to Morse Hall, across the street. On the first floor of Morse Hall you can only get into the building from opposite sides of the building. One door is on the street side, while the other faces the rest of campus and has only walking access. Room 301, on the third floor (natch). -- ============================================================================= Jon "maddog" Hall Internet: email@example.com Senior Leader, UNIX Software Group Executive Director, Linux(R) Intern'l Compaq Computer Corporation Linux International Mailstop ZK03-2/U15 80 Amherst St. 110 Spit Brook Rd. Amherst, N.H. 03031-3032 U.S.A. Nashua, N.H. 03062-2698 U.S.A. WWW: http://www.compaq.com WWW: http://www.li.org Voice: +1.603.884.1341 Voice: +1.603.672.4557 FAX: +1.603.884.6424 Board Member: Uniforum Association Office: ZK03-2/V15 Board Member: USENIX Association (R)Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in several countries.