Re: Junkmail from hell!
From: John A. Stanley (email@example.com)
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 11:25:54 -0500
In article <Jop/yUNOfeXV092yn@wwa.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Debra Walker) wrote:
>On Sun, 09 Feb 1997 18:12:35 -0500,
>in article <jnl/ycGUbdlb092yn@gate.net>,
>email@example.com (John A. Stanley) wrote:
>>I just received a junk email with a To: line that was 117,492 bytes
>>long and must have contained hundreds of email addresses, and when I
>>imported it, import.exe (DOS) crashed so badly that I had to reboot.
>>My 'puter is a Pentium Pro 200MHz with 32 Megs of RAM, so it's not
>>like I didn't have sufficient resources. Would the Win95 import.exe
>>have been more robust than the DOS version at importing such a beast?
>I think so. If you run Win95, you should get better results, overall,
>from running Yarn95.
No way I'll ever use Yarn95 until the mouse pointer either goes away
or works. Besides, yarnx.exe works perfectly for me; it was
import.exe that crashed. I saved that SOUP packet, so I'll try
reimporting just the mail portion with import95 and see if it makes a
John A. Stanley firstname.lastname@example.org
"Hey! You got your razor in my wager!"