Re: E-mail disclaimers
I strongly advise that you do nothing to edit the text that your boss adds
to outgoing messages. Your boss (or your boss's lawyer) wants it there,
right? Bear in mind that you've already identified your company in your
post, which is publicly accessible on the Web.
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