I am sorry I took the time to try and answer the question posted to the
server. From the time that I have been on the internet, it seems the best
way to keep a topic from growing is to give an answer and let it go at
I got on the tower-talk server in hopes of finding out some answers to the
questions that I have about putting a tower system up. I dont have an Elmer
to talk to about these things, and was looking for a place to learn more.
I have learned not to try and help someone that has a question. Sorry to be
such a distraction to the list. I will do the list a favor and un-subscribe
to keep it from happening again.
Thomas E Trissell, KC5ILO
MS IExplorer 3.0
> From: Dale Martin <email@example.com>
> To: 'Thomas E Trissell' <firstname.lastname@example.org>; 'email@example.com'
> Subject: RE: FREE E-MAIL SERVICE (JUNO)
> Date: Sunday, February 02, 1997 2:41 PM
> On Sunday, February 02, 1997 11:13 AM, Thomas E
> >I have been using the Juno system for several months. The only notice
> >I have received about changes in the service is that they are no longer
> >going to provide the 800 numbers for access. The Juno service is still
> >at this time. The letter said that they have increased the number of
> >access numbers around the country and think they have a 95% coverage.
> >Me it will be a long distance call in North East Texas.
> >73, Tom
> >Thomas E Trissell, KC5ILO
> >MS IExplorer 3.0
> >> From: T. A. Russell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> To: TOPBAND@contesting.com; CQ-CONTEST@TGV.COM;
> >> Subject: FREE E-MAIL SERVICE (JUNO)
> >> Date: Sunday, February 02, 1997 7:47 AM
> Who the hell cares? Keep this crap off the Contest and Tower Reflectors.
> Go advertise your stuff somewhere else.
> Dale Martin, KG5U
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