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jim hopper <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 2 Jul 2000 09:57:38 -0400
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thanks for the invite, but either the url below is wrong or its as
usual with MS windows only.


At 6:18 AM -0700 7/1/00, User @ MSN Web Communities wrote:
>R_Conn invites you to join the following MSN Web Community:
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