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Re: Shear Wall Strength Reduction [NO, ACTUALLY JUST A "RETURN RECEIPT"]

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I realize that there are probably ignorant companies that require a "return receipt" for *all* of the emails that their systems handle, along with a big section about "If you get this email by accident you better mail it back to me, or else!", but:

Am I the only one who feels that such listers should be banned?


In a message dated 5/5/08 3:35:08 PM, Tom.Hunt(--nospam--at) writes:

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   at:        05/05/2008 15:34:38 PDT                                     

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