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A careful reading of the AMSP's email posted by Mr. Love will show that
the AMSP solicited Microsoft to forward the email on our behalf . The
email contained a statement from the director of the AMSP along with an
attached letter (which was not posted to this list by Mr. Love). The
letter that we distributed to Microsoft Solution Providers was created
wholly and independently by member companies of the AMSP. The action
taken by the AMSP demonstrates exactly why the AMSP was formed. We want
our voices heard just as much as anyone else.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, November 07, 1997 12:13 PM
> To: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: RE: Incredible
> ** Reply to note from DHamilton@baydweller.com Fri, 7 Nov 1997
> 12:24:55 -0500 (EST)
> > And how is this any different from the sign-on letter from Ralph
> Nader's Consumer Project
> > on Technology? See the "pre-printed opinions" at
> > http://www.essential.org/antitrust/ms/browserletter.html.
> The differences are obvious. However, if I have to . . . I'll give
> you a hint to get you
> started . . .
> ". . . If you are interested in adding your name . . ."
> ". . . we want to speak up loudly to create as much . . ."
> Guess which quote came from which letter.
> > And, since I participated in
> > creating the letter from AMSP, I can tell you that it did not come
> from Microsoft
> Hmm. Who was this quote from?
> ". . . We have included the letter from the AMSP . . ."
> > It was my impression that the "Appraising Microsoft" conference was
> to be an open
> > discussion with participants from both sides of the debate.
> I never denied you your right to paste your names on that letter. I
> would think an open
> discussion would have opinions from both sides. My side just happens
> to be on the other
> side from you.
> Team OS/2
> MoonWolf Enterprises
> Edward R. Mortimer firstname.lastname@example.org
> The Land of Beyond