asset management - help :-)

From: Jules Richardson <>
Date: Mon Nov 8 13:43:51 2004

On Mon, 2004-11-08 at 19:29 +0000, Alex White wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Nov 2004, Jules Richardson wrote:
> > On Mon, 2004-11-08 at 16:47 +0000, Alex White wrote:
> > > Want me to diagram it in UML?
> >
> > UML diag could be useful just to capture your thoughts, if it's a quick
> > job for you.

grabbed a local copy - thanks :) Will take a proper look in a mo...

> I used qSEE Superlite if you want to grab the .qsee file from that
> directory. Free (0 quid) for noncommercial use, will generate ugly XML and
> Java from UML.

rats - no Windows around here :-)

> > I can't mail you privately by the way - NTL's bouncing the message with
> > a ' not found' error, although it resolves via ping OK.
> > Dodgy MX record somewhere?
> Strange. I'm logged into right now in Pine and
> everything else is coming through fine. Maybe it's because i'm on an NTL
> residential line myself (yes, i'm breaking one of my own cardinal rules
> about hosting an email server on a residential line but it's for my own
> use only, and I can't afford any better right now). Strange stuff, though.
> Have poked my unreliable nameservice provider.

Hmm, I run my mail using the same setup; I send outgoing mail via a
local running sendmail and then to NTL's mailserver(s) though - the NTL
server's a smart relay host in my local sendmail config.

*very* occasionally I'll find I can't mail someone because their ISP
detects that the mail originated from a machine within a dynamic address
range, but by very occasionally I mean once every 6 months or so. And
that's me sending out from here anyway, not receiving.

I've never seen this problem before though; I rather suspect it was just
NTL's systems having a total spaz. If I remember (or prod me!) I'll see
you a test msg tomorrow and see if that goes through...

FWIW, yahoo's junk filter is flagging your messages as spam, so it
thinks something is up too (unfortunately it isn't useful enough to tell
me *why* it thinks it's spam)


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