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farmers almanac

Are any of you suddenly receiving a farmers almanac newsletter?  The reason I ask is....
I received it twice on this email address, which means I suppose, it
could come from anywhere I've been on the internet. However, I also
received it at my work email (which is also on the list - Chapel Ridge).
This work e-address has no internet access, just email and I have given
it out to no one except for its use on several hort.net lists.

Chris - is it possible that the FA has plundered your lists? I know you
wouldn't give them out. Just asking in case you've got a hole in the
system that needs to be fixed.


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