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FW: Replacement for XFree86...
Okay that would have been my last e-mail but apparently no one has received
this one yet...
By no internet access I mean private IP addresses, without NAT. i.e "no
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Dalgleish [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 18 February 2004 07:22
> To: Slabbert, C. (Clinton)
> Subject: Re: Replacement for XFree86...
> On Wed, Feb 18, 2004 at 07:05:58AM +0200, Slabbert, C.
> (Clinton) wrote:
> > My goodness, we have things called 'mail servers', what
> they do is allow us
> > to send mail - not give us internet access.
> I think you may be confusing "internet" access with "world
> wide web" access.
No I am not. I have NO internet access, meaning I can't ping, FTP, telnet,
SSH, etc. into anything off of our WAN.
> > If verification of this email or any attachment is
> required, please request a hard-copy version.
> Can I request a hard-copy by fax?
> You need a serious less in netiquette.
The word is lesson, and my entire point in this discussion was for me "what
is so wrong with GPL", not "can I please have as many comments as possible
about the fact that I work for a company that believes in protecting
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