[CentOS] Support for i7 architecture?

Michael St. Laurent mikes at hartwellcorp.com
Thu Jan 22 22:46:00 UTC 2009


> Mike: As Tru pointed out, you should trim your Sig file considerably,
> or eliminate it. I really doubt that DoD cares if you get help or
> information from this mailing list. We have people with .gov email
> addresses participating (NASA, etc.) and none of them have Sig files
> like that. Welcome to the list! Lanny

It's not a Sig file unfortunately.  The Exchange mail server used here
stamps it on every outgoing email.  I've asked the Exchange admin about
putting in an exception for my mail account.

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