All epi recipes deleted in 6 days
maurice at stanford.edu
Fri Dec 9 11:02:00 PST 2011
You need to move all your recipes to your own floppy before Dec15.
All recipes will be deleted off the system.
Please spread this message to your group members.
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Subject: All epi recipes removed during shutdown!
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2011 12:12:07 -0700
From: maurice stevens <maurice at stanford.edu>
To: epi2 at snf.stanford.edu
The shutdown is 6 weeks away. All your recipes should be moved to your
floppies before Dec15.
1. Go to Program Menu
2. Go to Recipe Dir
3. Touch “Back up” at the bottom of the screen
4. Touch “Save recipe to floppy”
5. Select recipes you want to save (selected recipes will turn red)
6. Touch “Save selected to floppy”
7. Insert your floppy and touch “touch here” (put your windows
formatted 3.5’ floppy in Epi2 floppy drive located in back service
8. Hourglass will display while recipes is being saved…be patient.
Begin forwarded message:
> *From: *maurice <maurice at snf.stanford.edu
> <mailto:maurice at snf.stanford.edu>>
> *Date: *August 11, 2011 3:55:00 PM PDT
> *To: *epi2 at snf.stanford.edu <mailto:epi2 at snf.stanford.edu>
> *Cc: *Krishna Saraswat <saraswat at stanford.edu
> <mailto:saraswat at stanford.edu>>, Thomas Kenny <kenny at cdr.stanford.edu
> <mailto:kenny at cdr.stanford.edu>>, James Harris
> <harris at snow.stanford.edu <mailto:harris at snow.stanford.edu>>, David
> Miller <dabm at stanford.edu <mailto:dabm at stanford.edu>>, Ted Kamins
> <kamins at stanford.edu <mailto:kamins at stanford.edu>>
> *Subject: **All epi recipes removed during shutdown!*
> First Notice:
> All user recipes will be removed from the Epi2 hard drive during the
> holiday shutdown in December.
> Recipes should be moved to user's floppies before the shutdown.
> Please spread this message to your group members.
> (I would suggest that you always have copies of your recipes on a
> floppy...just in case ...)
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