[Cbsupport] Please remove me from your e-list.

Cara Rosehope cararosehope at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 17 14:42:02 UTC 2003

Dear CB support,

Please could you remove me from your lists. I am in Afghanistan at present. 
The internet is slow here, and non-essential messages clog up the system.

Many thanks,


>From: Romana Challans <romana at timelady.com>
>Reply-To: cbsupport at lists.linux.org.au
>To: LabF <us at labf.org>, LinuxSA <linuxsa at linuxsa.org.au>,        CAISA 
><cai-sa at cbnsw.org.au>, CBSupport <cbsupport at lists.linux.org.au>,        
>Computerbank <computerbank at lists.linux.org.au>
>Subject: [Cbsupport] [weird news] Odd mishaps cause computer grief
>Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 08:27:46 +0930
>A man so angry with his laptop that he shot it has topped an annual
>league table of the oddest computer mishaps.
>Data recovery experts say although machine failure is blamed for the
>majority of lost files, humans are getting more careless too.
>But while ways to rescue files are increasingly sophisticated, people
>have to do more to protect and back up data.
>The list of the strangest ways data was lost was compiled by recovery
>experts Kroll Ontrack.
>Romana Challans
>Computerbank Australia Incorporated - SA Branch
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