OT: RE: MS Config Question - outbound

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Nov 2 20:38:09 GMT 2006

Ian spake the following on 11/2/2006 8:15 AM:
> On 2 Nov 2006 at 10:50, sandrews at andrewscompanies.com wrote:
>> I did educate them; but the boss' daughter is into "marketing" and she
>> assured everyone that this was necessary.  I know what fights to pick. 
> See if you can sneak this one in... it appeared in another mailling list and I use it in reply to 
> anyone who sends me one.
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> Ian
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