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SubjectRe: lockups with 2.4.20 (tg3? net/core/dev.c|deliver_to_old_ones)
On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, David S. Miller wrote:

> From: James Bourne <jbourne@mtroyal.ab.ca>
> Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 13:39:24 -0700 (MST)
...
> take action relying on it. Any communication received in error, or
> subsequent reply, should be deleted or destroyed.
>
> I do not read emails which have disclaimers attached to them
> like this one.
>

Dave,
It's a disclaimer that I don't have a choice in having attached to my
email. If you actually read it, it only says that if you don't think it's
intended for you then contact the sender and delete the message. The PC
police at the institution I work for don't want to have a law suit because
of someones mistake (lawyers).

Regards,
James Bourne

--
James Bourne, Supervisor Data Centre Operations
Mount Royal College, Calgary, AB, CA
www.mtroyal.ab.ca

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