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This is to award you points for your help on Question:
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Thanks! I was down for a week on my system, (http worked) but mail was down for a week! I just got caught up and found your msg. ... (thats the problem for monitoring so many lists)


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Me too, I had two machines die on me in one week, one was the centrall accounting machine (a big network server thingy) so I swaped in the guts from my home system, Then the replacement machine I built my self the following day died after 6 hours!

c'est la vie!

Stephen
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