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Subject:Books by e-mail From:technicalwriter <martinr -at- ASL -dot- DL -dot- NEC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 30 Jun 1994 14:19:06 CDT
Acting on a techwr-l message that I passed on
to a friend, he sent an e-mail to e-books-info -at- access -dot- digex -dot- com and got a "User
He asks whether there may be a typo. I haven't
communicated with him yet. Could the problem be that
he didn't leave the message blank? Has this address
worked for others yet?
Thanks very much. I'll post the consensus to the list.
Martin J. Reyes (MdJDPRG) __ The opinions expressed herein are those of
Contract Documentalist \/ the author. martinr -at- asl -dot- dl -dot- nec -dot- com
NEC America, Inc. Irving TX 214.518.5249o 214.518.5375fx 214.327.3714h
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