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On 13 Oct 99, at 14:01, ahowell -at- poolmail -dot- dolphinsoftware -dot- com
> I am writing a manual for a piece of monitoring software. This
> software sends out e-mail messages to designated recipients at certain
> pre-programmed times during the day. However, a user can interact with
> the system and ask it to send out a status message in between the
> scheduled messages. In describing this status message I've written:
> "This message will appear as any other message, except that its
> timestamp will be outside the normal message schedule."
> I'm not crazy about "outside the normal message schedule", but it's
> the best I can come up with at the moment. Anyone else have another
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