[TriLUG] status of email
Elliot Badham Peele
ebpeele2 at unity.ncsu.edu
Fri Jan 25 15:56:06 EST 2002
i can supply ide ribon, mounting brackets, and some ram.
On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Hariharan Gopalan wrote:
> I have a case and power supply, I guess it is 250W, does your mobo need ATX
> ps? cause mine is not. It is a medium tower, has a pentium motherboard,
> which can be removed. It is clean.
> let me know
> Do I understand correct, this is for the Trilug mail server? I would be
> delighted to help. I have installed qmail a couple of times and is in
> production at a few places. have also installed IMP and IMAP. can pitch in
> with what ever it is worth!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: trilug-admin at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-admin at trilug.org]On Behalf
> Of Andrew C. Oliver
> Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 11:02 AM
> To: trilug
> Subject: re: [TriLUG] status of email
> I can help with this... can't go the whole distance but perhaps some
> other folks could pitch in.
> U/f I'm in need of drives myself (SCSI at least... I have old IDEs a few
> gigs at a time...I do have a 5 1/4"! IDE drive (its somewhere between
> 4-12 gb... it lists several sizes but I don't remember which model it
> was). . I'd be happy to donate it provided someone could help me (I'm
> all SCSI...no IDE) erase it and verify its erasure. (at one time it
> held confidential information that I'm still contractually obligated to
> protect....or one of these drives did...humm) Trouble is whether you
> have the mountings for a 5 1/4" very slim IDE drive (Quantum Bigfoot)
> I have a PIII motherboard that is gathering dust on my bookshelf. I do
> not patronize Intel any longer because I think AMDs processors are far
> superior. The processor that was in it self-immolated despite having
> the manufacturers recommended fan attached so I am not aware of the
> motherboard's actual status (it could be fried to but I strongly doubt
> I have a power supply to go with it. It was at least big enough to
> drive it at the time (I needed bigger for my T-bird).
> So by my calculations what would be needed is a case, ribbon cables,
> PIII (up to 700mhz if I recall), mounting brackets and some manner of
> video card. That would get us a machine.
> Too bad I never look at the top shelf of my book case or I'd have
> thought about this earlier... :-)
> oh ...umm.. run g/I\ /s//SuperLink Software\, Inc\./g on the above.. ;-)
> Let me know if this would help and I'll bring it in (please bring me a
> receipt :-D ).
> I can also provide labor for assembling this + parts into a working
> system if needed.
> > Donate a fairly nice machine (~300Mhz) with lots of disk space to the
> > and I will bring up a mail server for the LUG's use.
> > The real crunch for the LUG is disk space, we just dont' have enough
> to do
> > all the things we want to do.
> www.sourceforge.net/projects/poi - port of Excel format to java
> - fix java generics!
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> -Ambassador Kosh
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