Error accessing your website

Kathy Bradley kathy.bradley at
Mon Sep 9 02:14:20 EDT 2002

On Sun Sep 08, 2002 at 04:19:32 PM EDT I was unable to reach your web site:
due to the following error:  Time Out

As of Mon Sep 09, 2002 at 02:14:20 AM EDT I am able to access your web site again.

I work for InternetSeer. InternetSeer, a Web site monitoring company, is 
conducting an ongoing study of web connectivity. As recommended by the 
Robots Guidelines, this email is being sent to explain our research activities 
and to let you know about the difficulty in connecting to your site. 

The error listed above was initially detected by our primary site monitor 
in Philadelphia, Pa. then verified by our secondary site monitor located 
in Los Angeles, Ca. before this error event was recorded.

InternetSeer is the largest FREE web site monitoring company in the world. We
provide free web site monitoring to over 1 million users worldwide. We'll 
monitor your web site every hour, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for free.

To have InternetSeer monitor your web site for free, click here for instant signup:

As part of your free web site monitoring, you'll receive immediate notifications
when we encounter problems accessing your web site and weekly performance reports.

InternetSeer does not store or publish the content of your pages, but rather uses 
availability and link information for our research.

There is no need to cancel because InternetSeer will never contact you again 
at this email address: sudo-workers at If you have other email addresses 
that you would like excluded from potential future contact, 
<a href="">click here</a> 
to have those email addresses excluded from our system.

Click here to learn more about InternetSeer.


Kathy Bradley
Web Site Analyst
As stated above, there is no need to cancel since YOU WILL NEVER be contacted 
again at sudo-workers at, but you may <a href="">click here</a>, 
for a removal confirmation from our website or simply reply to this message 
with the word "cancel" in the subject line.
##sudo-workers at
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: </pipermail/sudo-workers/attachments/20020909/ed293674/attachment.html>

More information about the sudo-workers mailing list