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I Have A Question For X86processor
Subject: I Have A Question For X86processor
Author: jonina    Posted: 2006-01-04 11:14:02    Length: 589 byte(s)
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k i got a question for u yaar if u dont mind me ....  is it so difficult for u to answer my email... or this service doesnt work in yr forum? come on thats not fair at all sad.gif( anyway hope there is a strongreason for that otherwise this gett me nervous  mad.gif  
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Subject: I Have A Question For X86processor
Author: TrickyRic    Posted: 2006-01-04 11:34:32    Length: 748 byte(s)
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obviously i'm not the guy your after, but in his defence i rarely answer emails sent from this forum either; partly because any subject related to gnu/linux should be posted in the forum itself for optimum response, and to help others with similar query's, but primarily because i NEVER post my private or business email address on the internet, AT ALL. if you we're to send an email to me from this or any other forum i'm a member of, it would be sent to my spam account over at hotmail, which i very rarely check smile.gif. i would assume x86processor to have a similar setup.
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Subject: I Have A Question For X86processor
Author: jonina    Posted: 2006-01-04 12:23:32    Length: 318 byte(s)
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ah thanks for yr response:)  for one moment i was thinking that i was invisibile in this forum... i see but it doesnt work in this way in  other forums ... so there is no posibility to say i love u in private message here ..lol just kidding ( anyway the message to the x86processor was not like that )  
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Subject: I Have A Question For X86processor
Author: SuseUX    Posted: 2006-01-04 12:42:34    Length: 212 byte(s)
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Use the private message option if you need to since thats what it's there for. I never respond to email from here and to be frank I don't see the point of email link, thats what a forum is for after all.
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