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RE: Email address test

To: netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: Email address test
From: Riley Williams <rhw@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 06:25:50 +0100 (BST)
In-reply-to: <018601bfcc2d$873a4200$2b63630a@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sender: owner-netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Hi there.

Can I apologise for the enclosed post going to this mailing list.
Unfortunately, the list was incorrectly identified as being a
private individual in the Linux Kernel, so when I started
checking that all private individuals therein were still at the
addresses listed, I inadvertantly included this list. This has
now been corrected.

To those of you who responded to this posting as a result of
being subscribed to this list rather than being listed as a
maintainer of the Linux kernel, I offer my sincere apologies for
disturbing you.

 > This went to the netdev mailing list... You might get
 > several replies..

Unfortunately, I did !!!

 >> -----Original Message-----
 >> From: owner-netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-netdev@xxxxxxxxxxx]On
 >> Behalf Of Riley Williams
 >> Sent: Friday, 2 June 2000 6:06
 >> To: Linux Maintainers
 >> Subject: Email address test
 >> Hi there.
 >> This is a test message to confirm that all addresses in the
 >> Linux kernel maintainers list are still current. It would be
 >> appreciated if you could reply to this message confirming
 >> receipt hereof.
 >> Best wishes from Riley.

Best wishes from Riley.

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