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RE: HYB: TB: New seedling

  • Subject: RE: HYB: TB: New seedling
  • From: John Gwilliam <jkg2@cox.net>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 10:33:31 -0700

John Gwilliam here. I was one of the list members who was getting
dat files instead of jpg files attached to your emails. Good
News! This message I'm replying to has a jpg file attached that
opens without a problem.

John Gwilliam

At 07:16 AM 3/28/2008, you wrote:

>Thanks for the information, Griff. Marvin checked all my settings
>last night and everything was what it is supposed to be. My
>pictures are all sent by Outlook Express in JPEG format and HTML. I
>have been getting them back alright. I will try to send another
>picture here to see if it comes through. Please let me know whether
>or not you get it.
>Francelle Edwards Glendale, AZ Zone 9

John Gwilliam
Tempe, Arizona
Zone 9

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