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message for the president of the CSA: please clear ur mailbox if u want to receive ord file :siffle:
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Confederate infrastructure breaking down? Can't say I hate the sound of that! :D



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Union orders are IN :)
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geronimo wrote:message for the president of the CSA: please clear ur mailbox if u want to receive ord file :siffle:


Been getting e-mails all day. Odd.

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If your ord-file is anything like ours (approx 75 kB when zip'ed), a mail bringing it will be a lot larger than most normal mails; perhaps you're close to any limit you have on the account?
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3rd mail just sent
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It could be a spam filter issue.
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geronimo wrote:3rd mail just sent


And it is bouncing saying the mailbox is full?

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geronimo wrote:3rd mail just sent


I just received external RAR files from others. Are you sure the space issue isn't on your end?

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Hi. This is the qmail-send program at yahoo.com.
I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following
addresses.
This is a permanent error; I've given up. Sorry it didn't work out.

<andrew.kurtz@vigilix.com>:
Connected to 209.177.234.233 but connection died. (#4.4.2)
I'm not going to try again; this message has been in the queue too
long.


that is what i received
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geronimo wrote:that is what i received


I'm assuming you are using andrew.kurtz@vigilix.com? It is working as I just received an ORD file from someone else. But here's what I'm guessing is going on. Our primary route to our mail server has been down this week. DNS has a secondary route, however, it would appear your mail program doesn't use secondary routes.

Try this instead:

andrew.kurtz@pa-tech.com

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Got it. Will generate ORD and post comments tonight.

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New turn sent.
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Will we switch to 1.07 this turn?
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Yes
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CSA is IN
UNION is delayed
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To elaborate; Jim is having 'puter problems that should be resolved in a not-too-distant future :)
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A 21st century Mud March.

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Union is IN (hopefully)
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New turn sent, nice remake of the first day of the battle at Hampton road... :king:
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Union is IN :)
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I like that you take it serious and try to simulate the AACW in real-time......
:bonk: :nuts: :siffle:

couldnt resist :D

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DirkX wrote:I like that you take it serious and try to simulate the AACW in real-time......
:bonk: :nuts: :siffle:

couldnt resist :D


Hey now...we've got the time compression cranked up to about 2x here. :siffle:

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DirkX wrote:I like that you take it serious and try to simulate the AACW in real-time......
:bonk: :nuts: :siffle:

couldnt resist :D

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But seriously; there are 7 people involved, and it's the one who is slowest at any given time that sets the pace for all. Add in real life in all its ugly forms (family, work, whatnot) and there you have it.

OTOH, I'm very happy that we are still at it, and hope we'll see this through to the end. I know I'm in it for the long run, at least :)
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Turn sent.

Huge battle between Grant and Lee
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That's for sure!
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Korrigan wrote:Huge battle between Grant and Lee


And let me tell you how nice it is to have a general who actually fights instead of just sitting there, and maybe retreating when someone sneezes.
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@ Pocus

It seams that I can't create any new divisions..
I've added the RemoveDivHQ=0 to the generel.*, but there is still "all of your 0 divisions are in the field" in game. Don't know how to solve the problem.
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Hmmm, I wonder if the 24/48 limits are now in effect, despite setting for playing with Div HQs?
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The Union orders are basically done, but I've come across two things that look like bugs, one kinda bad and the other really bad, that I'd like comments on before I submit the final orders for this turn.
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