SYSOP


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SYSOP

(ˈsɪsɑp)
n. system operator, the person who manages a computer system or forum or news group. The SYSOP tried to bring order to the news group discussion but failed.
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at the sysop level, the user gains the power to edit
A mail server sysop has little ability to detect infringing or abusive messages on its server.
Although the decision was welcomed by sysops and commercial information providers alike, it should not be accepted as the final word on the subject.
The Special Needs BBS (219) 659-0112, up to 14,400 bps General disabilities, some emphasis on hearing impairments; Internet e-mail, Fidonet, Health Care Net access; message areas for parents, files/programs for downloading; sysop is parent of child who is deaf.
Seiko Instruments began using its BBS in December 1990 and now has four lines operational, according to Tom Hutchins, sysop for Seiko.
For example, when a letter-writer includes a reference to a past News article, the sysop will insert a hyperlink to the archived story.
Bill Lutholtz, ABC, assistant sysop for the IABC/Hyperspace section of the PR & Marketing Forum on CompuServe, reveals a less expensive secret for getting a simple print-out: "Use the hotel fax machine as your printer on the road," he advised.
The sysop for the CD-ROM conference is Jerry McFaul, who is also the founder of SIGCAT, the Special Interest Group on CD-ROM Applications and Technology.
203) 926-6187 (voice) Wide range of disabilities--50-80 conference areas; Internet e-mail/newsgroups, Fidonet; many conferences helpful to parents, local conference available, although most callers are non-local, nearly 1000 files for downloading; sysop is parent of child who has Down syndrome.
The sysop or the firm may be indicted for felony copyright infringement charges if 10 or more unlawful copies of software with a collective list price of $2,500 are found on the premises.
However, hackers can easily overcome this step unless the sysop also substantially increases the number of digits in each numeric password.
The majority of BBS are still hobbyist systems funded by the system operator, or sysop.
Ed Zollars, CPA, volunteer sysop on the Accountants Forum, moderated the conference.
Holbrook subsequently had a conversation with Doug Pratt, a sysop (systems operator) involved with interest areas such as CompuServe's Funnies Forum.
I contacted the sysop for additional information through the e-mail function, and he informed me that only current statements can be downloaded from the BBS with new CDCs added as they are completed.