Sorry for the BW, but Jon's mail box is full and this is the only way to
tell him what happened. Thanks for your understanding.
Jon - NA9D,
According to your message below, I sent six messages directly to you at
<firstname.lastname@example.org>. I had to do that way because my ISP refuses messages
with attachments above a certain limit, so I attached three pictures to
each message. The last msg got two pics.
Four messages went through OK. Unfortunatelly your ISP refused the last two
messages. I received a message from MAILER-DAEMON@mail.speakeasy.net
stating that "<email@example.com>: The users mailfolder is over the
allowed quota (size)".
In other words, despite you having authorized me to send the files, your
mail box overflowed. Perhaps you already had some big stuff in there.
Let me know when you have the problem fixed and I will send you the missing
73, Roger - PY1OL
At 23:36 17/1/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>Send them on to me if you like. I have a high speed connection so it
>doesn't bother me to get big attachments.
>on 1/17/03 8:24 PM, Roger at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Jon,
> > I see that you already got a lot of good info on this subject, but if you
> > would like some close up digital pictures of the HAM-M, just E-Mail me.
> > I've just disassembled mine for maintenance and took seventeen photos. The
> > rotor is still dismounted - I will finish the job tomorrow.
> > Format of the files is JPG, data type is RGB true color (24 bit),
> > resolution is 120 pixels/inch, dimensions are 1600 X 1200 pixels. Each file
> > is around 800KB. This can be reduced - but picture dimensions would have to
> > be reduced too.
> > 73 de Roger - PY1OL