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Hi paulqna,

You've already answered that question, so all you have to do is to put a little response so that I can grade your envisioning wvdial/ppp contribution from the ' pppd access for my user account ' question at
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?ta=linuxadmin&qid=20153821

Thank you
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Many thanks for this...
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Alright, take it easy
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