From: Jerome H. Fine <jhfinexgs2_at_compsys.to>
Date: Fri May 30 16:16:00 2003

>Tony Manzo wrote:

> Hello, If you have any PDP hardware/software that you wish to sell,
> please email me. I have opened a "coffee house" - I hate the term
> Cyber Cafe - that cateres to the technical and scientific, mainly
> students and computer vets. We put the legacy systems online and
> allow/encourage program development on the original equipment. I would
> hate for such equipment to go unused, so if you can help, please let
> me know. Thanks. Tony Manzo
> Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM).

Jerome Fine replies:

I received the above PRIVATE e-mail from:

Tony Manzo <vgo_tony_m_at_yahoo.com>

I am attempting to track down just how Tony obtained my e-mail
address plus if anyone else received the above e-mail. Also if
anyone has heard of Tony and if he is legitimate? And does
anyone know where Tony is located - which city?

As far as I know, the only possible way Tony could have obtained
my e-mail address was through cctalk_at_classiccmp.org since I first
started to use this random e-mail address just a week ago. OR
someone who is aware of my PDP-11 addiction gave it to him?

In either case, I don't have an objection. But if there has been any
hacking, then I would like to know about that aspect!

In any case, if I am receiving spam via cctalk_at_classiccmp.org,
then others need to be warned as well! If not, then I want to reply.

Has anyone else received such an e-mail?

Sincerely yours,

Jerome Fine
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Received on Fri May 30 2003 - 16:16:00 BST

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