RE: block MSN Messenger

From: Bruyere, Michel (
Date: 04/28/05

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    Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 08:24:23 -0400
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    Hi everyone,
                    From all I have seen, I'll have to wait until I upgrade
    my firewall for one that support layer 7 filtering. Thanks for everyone
    that jumped in and thrown ideas!

    There was some very good ideas but some were just impossible to put in
    place because of management.

    Thanks again!

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