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Subject:Followup on Winhlp-L From:Tom Herme <hermet -at- DNINEVADA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Dec 1998 11:24:37 -0800
To all who responded to my query earlier today:
I discovered that I was no longer subscribed to Winhlp-L. I
had to resubscribe. If you're wondering the same thing, send
Winhlp a message. If you're not subscribed, you'll receive a
reply to the effect that you aren't authorized to post to
Thanks to Techwr-L for helping me solve this.
Senior Technical Writer
DNI Nevada, Inc. mailto://hermet -at- dninevada -dot- com
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