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Emil Huston <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 14 May 1997 11:06:18 -0500
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     I am totally puzzled by all this, especially when I know that I am
     innocent... :-< All I did was to post a message to sciart-l in the
     same manner as I did a million times before, no attachments, (or other
     strings) and the confirmation from sciart-l came back to me very nice
     and unmodified.

     Anyway here is my original message one more time:


     It wonders me for so long why so many people out there (still) don't
     know about the free email services offered by an array Web sites. Yes!
     anyone can open an account (and as a matter of fact - as many accounts
     as you would like to) with several Web e-mail providers. The most
     popular and well maintain is the "Hotmail". Not only that they give
     you free email access but this is for your lifetime also. And no
     matter in what part of the world you are, as long as you can tap into
     the Web, you can access your email. These days more and more hotels,
     airports, caf s etc. - provide free Internet access via their
     computers. Isn't this neat?

     I am on an Intranet email system here at the Royal Ontario Museum, but
     I have other email accounts set with some of the Web email providers.
     You are right Lynette, there are too many e-mail black holes out
     there, especially when the company you work for is using various
     methods (and firewalls...) to control the traffic in and out, and in
     some cases you know what that means...Yes! willingly or not they have
     control over your communicating privacy...

     Oh! I forgot to mention: not only is free, for life, and remains
     always the same, (even if you move from one state to another) but it
     is very easy for other people to remember your address too. Your
     entire name can be spelled out within your email address.

     Here are two sites providing free email through the Web:

     Emil Huston
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     "Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius,
     power and magic in it."