bounced message for you

System Administrator root at SUNSET.CSE.NAU.EDU
Fri Jun 24 10:37:22 EST 1994


Dear email recipient,

Due to a configuration problem at my site yesterday, some mail
destined for you bounced.  The problem has since been fixed.
I am hereby forwarding the bounced message to you, see below.

						-- paul

						root at cse.nau.edu





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The original message was received at Tue, 21 Jun 1994 13:58:51 -0700
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From: CLFBC at cunyvm.cuny.edu (Charlene Forest)
Subject: Chlamy nomenclature
Date: 21 Jun 1994 13:26:26 -0700
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Has any decision been made (and who will make the decision) about gene
names in "Chlamy"? I had the feeling that opinions tended to favor
keeping the 3 letter, lower case designations for genes. What about the
dash? Will we hear anything more on the net? Personally I would hate to
see changes without a strong justification. Thanks. Charlene







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