At 20:23 -0800 1/28/06, Matthew S. Carpenter wrote:
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Thank you!  That's what I thought I needed but:

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Now I truly am confused. Was I automatically subscribed during the change over? 
If so why the excitement about re-subscribing from Dan Knight?

At 19:40 +0000 1/29/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>We're writing to let you know that the group that you tried to contact
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At 20:05 +0000 1/29/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>(compact-macs) doesn't exist.

I just wait around a while unless someone has a proper spelling for 

It appears that I have avoided reading and signing that long disclaimer in the 
tiny window from the Google site. Perhaps I can get away with communication <-> 


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