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From: techlist at (Jeff Schreiner)
Subject: NEVER open attachments

Not necessarily...

My fully registered and activated copy of Office Professional Enterprise
2003 was given to me free by M$....all I had to do was register for their
Office System 2003 event...had to listen to a M$ rep ramble for 8 hours
about the Office System but hey I figure I can give them 8 hours of my time
if they're going to give me $700.00/US worth of their software for free.

Another method of getting M$ software cheap is the Microsoft Action Pack
subscription available to M$ partners.

In the US a $299 yearly subscription they give you Not-for-Distribution
copies of just about every piece of software they make...including Server

Here's the link for the curious who want to do some research.

Notice you will have to register as a Microsoft partner but that can easily
be done.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Steve Menard
Sent: Saturday, March 20, 2004 8:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] NEVER open attachments

Troy wrote:

>On Sat, 20 Mar 2004 17:27:56 +0100, "Frank de Wit" <>
>If you were to switch email clients, you wouldn't have this problem.
>Even if you went to Outlook, you could read their messages without
>opening attachments.
But that [outlook] entails paying
BIG BUCKS to some
large monopoly

many persons find that repugnant

Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

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