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From: a...@cmu-cs-spice.ARPA (Avadis Tevanian)
Subject: Carnegie Mellon University CS/RI joins the net.
Message-ID: <101@cmu-cs-spice.ARPA>
Date: Mon, 3-Dec-84 19:51:16 EST
Article-I.D.: cmu-cs-s.101
Posted: Mon Dec  3 19:51:16 1984
Date-Received: Wed, 5-Dec-84 00:35:04 EST
Organization: Carnegie-Mellon University, CS/RI
Lines: 67

Name of site.

	cmucspt (UUCP) (ARPA Internet)

What the site is all about.

	Carnegie-Mellon University
	Department of Computer Science/Robotics Institute research facility

	This host serves as the UUCP mail and news distribution gateway
	for all CMU CS/RI systems.  In particular, the following
	additional CMU CS/RI UNIX systems are implicitly joined to
	USENET through it:

Name of contact persons at site.
Electronic mail address of contact persons.

	News:  Avadis Tevanian, Jr.	

	Other: Glenn Marcy		
	       Mike Accetta		

U.S. Mail address of contact person.
Phone number of contact person.

	Carnegie-Mellon University
	Department of Computer Science
	Schenley Park
	Pittsburgh, PA  15213

	(412) 578-2565

Systems with whom news articles are exchanged.
(what kind of link, who the neighbor(s) are).

	We receive batched news via an ARPA Internet link with the
	University of Rochester (

Systems with whom mail is exchanged.
(what kind of link, who the neighbor(s) are, what frequency
of connection, whether or not you'll pass outside mail along).

	ARPA Internet:	All.
	UUCP (passive):	research allegra mi-cec alice rabbit hunny ipms masscomp
			denning wrl-ius idis ihnp4 ultravax bellcore

Willingness (or lack thereof) to connect to new sites that
want to join usenet.  If you run uucp, tell if new sites can
call you, if you will poll them, what your policy is.
If on the arpanet, are you willing to forward news on to new
sites by establishing an arpanet usenet connection?

	Probably to a small number of other ARPA Internet sites.

If you want to publish your uucp phone number, login, and password,
include that info.

	No public UUCP access.

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