Example: [Collected on the Internet, 2003]
I am Shannon Syfrett a 9th grade student at Central Academy (Mississippi). I am working on a project for my 2003 Science Fair to be held
I am trying to see where, and how fast e-mail can travel in a period of six weeks. I am keeping track of how many
There are only 2 simple steps that will help me to track this email:
1. Please send an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org In the subject of the
2. Please forward this e-mail to everyone on your mailing list. I will be keeping track of the number of responses, as well as the locations. Therefore, send them even to people in the same town.
In my science project, I am trying to demonstrate how fast and how far information can travel on the Internet in a six week period. If you receive this
Thank you VERY much for your help!
Origins: This umpteenth variation of the "message in a bottle" school project is prone to the same basic problem as all the others: the people who initiate them don't anticipate the tremendous volume of
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... while talking to air-xf03.mail.aol.com.:
>>> RCPT To:
<<< 550 MAILBOX NOT FOUND
550 <email@example.com> ... User unknown
Last updated: 8 January 2008