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I would like to ask your permission

From: <exposure4u3@excite.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2000 19:16:34 -0400
To: www-html-editor@w3.org
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('quotedGMprintable' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) Dear webmaster, administrator,=20 I would like to ask your permission of whom I may talk to about offering ou= r=20 services to your University or College. This is a personal question and a o= ne=20 time e-mail, as i'm trying to go through the proper channels.=20 We work with many Colleges and Universities by helping them with Internet m= arketing.=20 One of the major sales tools today is the use of streaming media and e-mail= marketing.=20 We can help provide a virtual video tour of your campus, quotes from your d= ean,=20 updates and live campus cameras, and targeted e-mail marketing. Mini CD-ROM= =92s=20 and or DVD=92s are very popular among students. We can help provide recruit= ment=20 content, a video tour of your campus that also would be available as stream= ing=20 video from your web site, and available on CD-ROM or DVD. =20 for information please contact exposure4u3@excite.com We apologize if your received this in error. This is a one time e-mail ONLY= .=20 This message is sent in compliance of the new e-mail bill section 301. Unde= r=20 Bill S.1618 TITLE III passed by the 105th U.S. Congress. This message canno= t=20 be Considered Spam as long as we include the method or mechanism for its re= moval,=20 Paragraph (a) (c) of S. 1618, further transmissions to you by the sender of= this=20 e-mail may be stopped at no cost to you by replying to this message with RE= MOVE=20 in the=20 Subject. Received on Friday, 29 September 2000 19:20:16 UTC

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