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Re: Undeliverable Message

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Calene Steele (jxs017.net)
Mon, 1 Jan 1996 20:47:42 -0600


UNSUBCRIBE CALENE STEELE

received 174 of the following

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>Subject: Undeliverable Message
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>Message not delivered to recipients below. Press F1 for help with VNM
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>To: artsednet
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>Subject: Undeliverable Message
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>Message not delivered to recipients below. Press F1 for help with VNM
>error codes.
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> VNM3043: PELLETIER_MICHELLE@ARV@ULAVAL
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>------------------ Error number Explanation Follows -------------------
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>VNM3043 -- MAILBOX IS FULL.
>
> The message cannot be delivered because the
> recipient's mailbox contains the maximum number of
> messages, as set by the system administrator. The
> recipient must delete some messages before any
> other messages can be delivered.
>
> The default limit is 1000 messages. Administrators
> can set lower limits if required using the Change
> mailbox settings function available in the Manage
> User menu (MUSER). The 1000 message limit is the
> maximum allowed by the Mail program. If this limit
> is reached, the recipient must delete some of
> the messages before the mailbox can accept any more
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>To: artsednet
>Cc:
>Subject: Re: arts in ed funding (Illinois Council on the Arts)
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>Message not delivered to recipients below. Press F1 for help with VNM
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> VNM3043: PELLETIER_MICHELLE@ARV@ULAVAL
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>------------------ Error number Explanation Follows -------------------
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>VNM3043 -- MAILBOX IS FULL.
>
> The message cannot be delivered because the
> recipient's mailbox contains the maximum number of
> messages, as set by the system administrator. The
> recipient must delete some messages before any
> other messages can be delivered.
>
> The default limit is 1000 messages. Administrators
> can set lower limits if required using the Change
> mailbox settings function available in the Manage
> User menu (MUSER). The 1000 message limit is the
> maximum allowed by the Mail program. If this limit
> is reached, the recipient must delete some of
> the messages before the mailbox can accept any more
> incoming messages.
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>You make an excellent point. The arts have too long been regarded as a
>one-shot seasonal exihibit or performance. It is vitally important to the
>future of arts programming that classes in the arts be regarded as
>progressional courses of study that rely on the relevance of lessons
>presented. Without contexting students will find that their overall process
>has been interrupted no matter how enjoyable the activities with the outside
>artists are. Many studio artists who participate in Arts in Education
>Partnerships have little knowledge of what it take to teach a progressional
>course of study in the arts inside a mainstream public school environment.
>However, if the artist is introduced to the classroom environment and the
>curriculum in a way that presents the need for process, the artist is more
>likely to understand the classroom situation in terms of their own process in
>the studio. If the state is able to introduce the artist to the artist
>educator into whose class they will be placed during the preceding summer, I
>am certain that the collaborative effort will produce something phenominal. I
>feel that this is a proposal that arts educators in the school should
>advocate.
>
>Sherilyn
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