See if the SMEX software was written in the US or UK. Try spelling it as arse-u-me ! ;-) ...Neil "Jeff Crosby" <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx 2004/03/18 08:41 To "'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> cc Subject OT: Inappropriate email I got the following email in response to the post I sent, to this list, just a while ago (see original post below): <emailIreceived> "Trend SMEX Content Filter has detected sensitive content. Place = 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'; ; ; Midrange Systems Technical Discussion Sender = Jeff Crosby Subject = Direct remote access vs over the internet Delivery Time = March 18, 2004 (Thursday) 07:39:41 Policy = Dirty Words Action on this mail = Quarantine message Warning message from administrator: The Orvis Email server has detected language content which has been previously associated with a computer virus. Contact the Orvis Help Desk at 540-983-4261 for assistance, and / or remove any potential offensive language and re-send." </emailIreceived> I assume it was because of the way I wrote the word "assume" with dashes in it. I removed the dashes this time. We'll see if I get the above email again. This is the first I have ever received an email telling me an email I sent was inappropriate. Due to dirty language that is. <g> Is this a common theme now? -- Jeff Crosby Dilgard Frozen Foods, Inc. P.O. Box 13369 Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369 260-422-7531 The opinions expressed are my own and not necessarily the opinion of my company. Unless I say so. > -----Original Message----- > From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx > [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jeff Crosby > Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 7:36 AM > To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion' > Subject: Direct remote access vs over the internet > > Our old Axcess/400 protocol converter finally gave up the > ghost yesterday. > RIP. > > We have a VPN whereby we can dial in and get a sign on screen > remotely over the internet using Mochasoft or Client Access > (oops, I mean iSeries Access). > > My question is: Is there still value in being able to dial > in directly bypassing the internet? I.E. if you ain't > calling in over the public internet, you can't be sniffed. > Do some of you still do that? I assume that with a Cisco > PIX and router it could be done here. The phone extensions > are still available. > > Thanks. > > --
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