Disaster recovery assistance
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Sat Sep 3 17:46:51 IST 2005
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Mike Kercher wrote:
>MailScanner mailing list <> scribbled on Saturday, September 03, 2005 11:15
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>>Mike Kercher wrote:
>>>I live in Baytown, TX and we have a LOT of survivors of the
>>>My family is driving to different camps here delivering pizzas and
>>>supplies as our pockets allow. I'd like to work with you on
>>>we get it going. If you need a SmartHost to relay through, I'll be
>>>happy to provide that for you if we can get you to access port 25 on
>>>just one of my boxes or even port 587.
>>If I can be of any assistance, including financial, please do
>>let me know. I am wary of donating to large charities as I
>>don't want to support their overheads and costs, but wish my
>>donations to go directly to help those affected. I may be
>>able to secure hosting as well as simple financial support.
>>Please contact me if I can help you.
>I truly appreciate your offer. I am attaching a PDF of a letter we received
>just the other day from one of our chilrens' schools. As it states,
>children from the disaster area will be enrolled in our schools here.
>Naturally, these kids have no clothing, school supplies, etc. If you or
>anyone would like to help, these kids are really in need. They have NOTHING
>and we really feel for them.
>For anyone in the stricken area that has any hosting needs, I have plenty of
>servers in datacenters for web/mail. Just let me know how I can help.
Being in the wrong country in this situation, the easiest way for me to
donate is via Paypal and/or credit card. If you have a means whereby I
could make a donation to you by credit card, which you then passed onto
the school and the children, that sounds the easiest way of me going
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