Hello, what sais this message in short for dummies?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Namenlose Namenaktien, Oct 8, 2008.

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    Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2008 06:20:36 +0200
    From: "Knut Hinrichs - Siegert" <>
    To: "Kaaz Tentler" <>
    Subject: Re: 1 neww message!
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    please close all my opend positons.

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    Namenlose Namenaktien, Oct 8, 2008
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  2. It means Kaaz Tentler has absconded with all your funds and you are fcuked
    .... big time!
    J¡m ßéâñ, Oct 8, 2008
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    richard Guest

    It basically means that the email either has been terminated, or the
    domain name or username may not exist.

    552 generally means the storage allocation has been exceeded.
    IOW, the sender probably is never answering his email.
    richard, Oct 8, 2008
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    Whiskers Guest


    The email server at pappelina.com could not deliver your email. To find
    out more, or to complain, you will have to contact Pappelina. Their gaudy
    over-complicated and barely usable website
    <http://www.pappelina.com/site.htm> requires 'javascript' and 'Flash' to
    be enabled in your web browser (and does not inspire confidence in their
    design abilities) but does offer some possibly useful contact information.
    Whiskers, Oct 8, 2008
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    Evan Platt Guest

    Gee, that couldn't maybe mean that the user uses IMAP, and doesn't
    realize they have a mailbox limit?

    Or they use POP and selected "Keep mail on server"? WTF Does it have
    to do with "the sender doesn't answer their e-mail"?
    Evan Platt, Oct 8, 2008
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    Whiskers Guest

    Oh dear. You found <http://nettechguide.com/forums/> and probably thought
    you were posting to a web forum called "Net Tech Guide Newsgroups >
    Newsgroups > Computer Support".

    But you weren't.

    You posted to a public international usenet newsgroup called
    24hoursupport.helpdesk - which is not restricted to "computer support" at
    all. Or indeed to "support". And certainly not to "computer" anything.
    It has nothing at all to do with "Net Tech Guide" (whoever that might be),
    nor with "vBulletin" nor "Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd".

    You might have noticed that whereas you are apparently a "Junior Member",
    everyone else posting to this thread so far is a "Guest" with no
    "Profile". Now you know why that is; you are the only one using "Net
    Tech Guide".

    While there is nothing inherently wrong with using a web 'gateway' to
    usenet (the one you have found is not the only one, and far from being the
    most well known or widely used), you will find that some 'real' usenetters
    resent the existence of some or all such gateways and either ignore (or
    even don't see) your posts, or respond to you ungently. Net Tech Guide
    are particularly irksome in that they don't reveal where the 'groups' they
    claim as their own, really come from - and even suggest that they exercise
    some control over the newsgroups they carry, which is not true at all.

    At least, try to post in such a way that your posts make sense in the
    context of a conventional usenet 'newsreader' program - which looks quite
    different from the 'web forum' interface you can see.

    Usenet is a much better experience, if you use a real 'newsreader' program
    (such as "Outlook Express" or "Windows Mail" which come with all Windows
    operating systems, or "Thunderbird" or the "Opera" web browser, which can
    be installed for no charge on most popular operating systems). You also
    need an account with a 'news server' - your ISP may offer that as part of
    its service to you.

    Don't hesitate to ask in this newsgroup if you want more help getting
    'proper' access to the real usenet. It need not cost you a penny.

    Newcomers to newsgroups should start here


    and here

    <http://www.anta.net/misc/nnq/>, the Official Home Page of the
    newsgroup called news.newusers.questions.
    Whiskers, Oct 8, 2008
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    Whiskers Guest


    You used an internet connection provided by BT to make your post; if that
    is your home ISP, then you do indeed have an account with a good
    news-server already - see <http://xrl.us/os8sp> (Link to bt.custhelp.com)
    Whiskers, Oct 8, 2008
  8. ...except for that 'doilymix' person ... <lol>

    (I've given them a luscious pink color in the header panel...)
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Oct 8, 2008
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