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hort.net down last 24 horus

Hi guys,

   Our network connection totally died yesterday.  It turns out that
   the wires had been chewed through by squirrels for a complete two
   blocks, so SBC had to run totally new lines and install new boxes.
   They just finished about five minutes ago, so email should be working

   On the bright side, they said that this could account for all of the
   problems that we've reported in the past and should give us a totally
   error-free line now.


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