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Tue 04 Apr 2006

Live In Harmony

Category : Commentary/LiveInHarmony.txt

I enjoyed this message from Luke Mazzeri :

Thanks for your quick response, my whole family's email is on this iMac - (My wife and I have a family of eight =)

I did not discover what caused it, or what the problem wound up being, but...I did recover...after all the tweaking and experimenting...

Anyway - thanks again for a GREAT program and also being willing to offer suggestions to self-inflicted mayhem...

Live In Harmony,
Luke Mazzeri

p.s. Thanks for setting me and my family free from ISP-controlled email
p.p.s. Long Live Apple!

Yes, long live Apple.
And cheers, Apple, belatedly, on your 30th birthday.

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