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Re: E-greeting card firm wins Microsoft case
Declan McCullagh wrote:
> As the Post noted today, the MS filter also blocked MS greeting cards.
> Hardly something that was done to stomp a rival.
I had not seen the Washington Post story by Shannon Henry, which is
on the web at:
As Declan indicates, she does paraphrase Tom Philla, a Microsoft
spokeman, as saying
"Microsoft's own greeting cards get routed to the same folder". As with
other disputes regarding interoperability with Microsoft products, I
don't think Mr. Philla's comments are necessarily the last word on this.
The Blue Mountain statement on the case is at:
Microsoft's statement is at:
James Love, Consumer Project on Technology
P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036
202.387.8030; f 202.234.5176