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From Dave Fisher <>
Subject Re: Business Partnership Inquiry
Date Sat, 08 Sep 2012 17:52:14 GMT
Most of the replies have failed to notice that the email was moderated into the list.

On Sep 8, 2012, at 10:32 AM, Donald Whytock wrote:

> This is the third occurrence of the exact same letter from Faith.  I'm
> thinking autogen.  There really should be an unsubscribe...
> On Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 3:45 AM, Ian Lynch <> wrote:
>> On 7 September 2012 07:49, <> wrote:
>>> Hi Webmaster,
>>> I'm sorry to bother you.
>>> I am Faith from I write to you just to consult whether we can have
a potential chance to cooperate with you. And recently we have updated your product at our
site that you can have a visit.
>>> is a website for providing the simplest method of downloading the
newest versions of the best software, and we are not focusing on quantity but quality. To
make your downloads as fast as possible, we provide very fast servers with 100Mb connections.
>>> You are really a great tool and enjoys great reputation among
users. We're very interested in becoming the mirror for download. I'm sure
our partnership can guarantee you great advantages. We can do a few things to promote your
program like newsletter mentions and front-page exposure.
>>> If you have any other ideas we are very open and happy to discuss them on becoming's mirror download link. What we want to have is a win-win relationship that
benefits us both. We strongly think that business cooperation between you and us will be a
wise decision, and both of us can have more triumphs.
>>> Looking forward to receiving your feedback very much. Thanks for your time.
>>> P.S. If answering mails like this one is not among your daily tasks, please forward
it to the appropriate executive. Thanks again.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Faith Lee
>> Hi Fasith,
>> There is nothing to stop you creating a download mirror for Apache
>> OpenOffice as long as trademarks are respected. We encourage as wide a
>> distribution of the software as possible. ASF trademark policy is at
>>  A good start would be to
>> familiarise yourself with this policy so that you can see if there are
>> likely to be any conflicts in what you propose to do. Please come back
>> if you have any questions.
>> --
>> Ian Lynch PPMC member

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