RE: ORGLIST: Ether/epoxide cleavage and exchange

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From: by way of Joao Aires de Sousa (keitht$##$
Date: Wed Apr 02 1997 - 03:45:24 EST

ISIS reaction and molecule files need not be that large and compress quite
well with PKZIP, and can be attached to email messages without increasing
message size significantly. I would prefer this approach rather than
having to go away and ftp a file to see how interested I am.


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-----Original Message-----
From: J Aires de Sousa [SMTP:jas$##$]
Sent: Saturday, March 29, 1997 2:01 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list orglist
Subject: Re: ORGLIST: Ether/epoxide cleavage and exchange

>Since structures are not easy to transmit via
>electrons, please fax the plausible mechanism to me at...

        As this problem is raised I should remember that you may upload any
file (for example a ChemDraw or ISIS file) to the ORGLIST ftp site
(anonymous) at:
        ... and then you should tell the list what the file name is.

        Of course, there would also be the possibility of attaching the
file to the message and send to everybody but PLEASE DON'T DO THAT. That
would mean sending huge messages to hundreds of people that might not be

        I hope these comments may stimulate the discussion on how to
transmit (easily...) chemical drawings in the mailing list context.

Joao Aires de Sousa (jas$##$


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