forwarded message from Alberto Di Bene
Wed, 12 Aug 1998 22:18:56 -0400 (EDT)
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Tacos types: see attached message from Alberto.
Alas, the problem lies not with the Tacos list but with the (lack of)
anti-spam policies at usa.net.
To quote one of the AMRAD anti-spam configurations files:
# a lot of spam comes from (or used to come from) the following sites,
# but they DO have anti-spam policies. blocking them because they got
# hijacked seems a bit harsh. better to block in the Spammers file by
# individual users or by regexp, IMO. comment these out if you
# with me.
# usa.net might be listed here one day if they ever do something
# effective about their spam problem.
End of quoted material.
Well, now I finally have a reason to upgrade to sendmail 8.9, where I
could allow only firstname.lastname@example.org to get through. Until then, complain
to your usa.net provider and submit to tacos from your IBM account.
Enjoy your low-spam tacos mailing list.
Your Humble amrad.org site administrator
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From: Alberto Di Bene <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Problems with tacos list
Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 22:27:31 +0000
I have tried, without success, to make a posting to the tacos list. I
regularly receive the list, but it seems that I am not allowed to post to it.
I enclose my posting below, could you please be so kind to post it for me?
While we are at this, is there any particular requirement to be enabled to do
postings? Could you please enable my address (email@example.com) for this?
Thanks and 73s
Alberto di Bene, I2PHD firstname.lastname@example.org
Home page http://www.qsl.net/i2phd
----------------------------- posting follows ----------------------
Subject: New freeware for VLF
Note to all the VLF enthusiasts hanging on the tacos list: you can freely
download Hamview 2.06 from http://www.freeyellow.com/members/padan
WHAT IS HAMVIEW ?
To say it in a few words, HAMVIEW is a program that:
- gets an audio signal either from a Sound Blaster(TM) compatible card or
from a .wav file
- performs a windowed spectral analysis on the incoming signal
- displays the signal spectrum on the video screen using a carefully matched
- performs some enhancement on the signal using signal processing methods
- plays the filtered signal at the output of the audio card
- and last but not least, all these goodies are done in real time! (well, to
be honest with about one second of delay from the input to the output, due
to the data
windows used for signal analysis and processing).
The program was especially developed for radio amateurs interested into all
these communication techniques where signals very close to (or more often
below) the receiver noise floor are used, like EME, VLF, and so on.
However we believe that Hamview will be of value also for HF and VHF CW
(try it... we never found a point-and-click CW filter on a commercial
receiver!!!), and so on.
Alberto, I2PHD & Vittorio, IK2CZL