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From André Warnier>
Subject [OT] Chuck
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2008 14:58:27 GMT

Dear Chuck,

I carefully save your postings to this list, as a future source of 
wisdom and inspiration.

Except the ones that tell me that I should delete my unofficial Linux 
Debian Tomcat package, those I don't. But you repeat them often enough 
that they are always on a recent page somewhere.

It just came to my attention however that most of your communications to 
the list end with the formula below, so now I am in a quandary. Since 
many of these emails are not personally addressed to me, I'm afraid that 
by saving your messages, I am somehow putting myself in a legally 
questionable situation, which could result in my laptop being 
confiscated for discovery, my network being monitored by your employer, 
or worse, maybe even lawyers getting involved.

I wonder thus if I should personally delete these messages, but I am 
also concerned by the community on this list at large.  Should they all 
do the same, and should all your messages also be purged from the list 
archives ?  Obviously, several thousand people cannot all be the 
intended recipient. The word recipient is also specifically mentioned in 
singular form in the formula below, which also specifically indicates 
that the messages should be deleted from ALL computers.

Can you please inform us of the best path to follow ?

Quoted for the sole purpose of illustration :
is thus for use only by the intended recipient. If you received this in error, please contact
the sender and delete the e-mail and its attachments from all computers.
(Not that people would wonder what to do with this message also. Go 
ahead, you can delete it. You just don't have to.)

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