Re: End of day 6/1 and this group is still here



In article <0ukc0659bc6r5gcba6oi2uc8rgn1c64j3s@xxxxxxx>,
geoff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx says...
This morning, the count is 1742.


Since most technical people, at least those that have a clue, don't use
the direct MS servers, it doesn't really matter what MS does on their
own servers.

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