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Re: addresses-help

Thank you Laurel, if the predictions on Y2K come true  we may all return to quill pens. Because keeping addresses so easily on the system it became too easy to rely on the fact they were stored and not saved off the cumputer. Now if we practiced at all times the advice we give to others... Thank you yours is an address I have saved on my academic list of good references and for meaningful observations. Thank you. Neil Sinclair rinsin@globalserve.net Toronto-Argyll-PEI
-----Original Message-----
From: Spirit One Email <laurel@spiritone.com>
To: sinclair@zilker.net <sinclair@zilker.net>
Date: 21 December, 1998 10:54 AM
Subject: Re: addresses-help

I know your problem well.  My hard drive went out suddenly last Monday. so am trying to play catchup on the E-mail addresses also.  Don't know whether mine was one you kept but will go through this processess just in case.
Portland, OR
-----Original Message-----
From: Neil Sinclair/Peggy Rintoul <rinsin@globalserve.net>
To: sinclair@zilker.net <sinclair@zilker.net>
Date: Monday, December 21, 1998 5:49 AM
Subject: addresses-help

Assistance Required-Help
The world of technology is a help when it works and when it is lost, pray that you have a quill pen and carrier pigeon. I need to recreate part of my e-mail address book. Juli, Rebecca, Karen, Toni and others that have been in communication with me, I would appreciate your sending me a quick message so that I can get you back in my email address book. Greetings to the clan list and Happy New Year which was the Scots core holiday.
Thank you!!!!!!
Neil Toronto, PEI, Argyll