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Re: Message Problems


David Silverberg wrote:
> 
> There have been a great number of complaints recently about messages not
> received or received out of sequence and I'm wondering whether all of
> this could be in any way related to the spate of solar flares we have
> had within the last week?? Could this be what's causing problems in our
> cyberspace??? What say all the experts out there????
> 
> Dave Silverberg
> Molalla, Oregon


Nah, just MCI-flares, and AOL dust clouds! 

Dennis Stoneburner





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