What has mildly upset me, however, is that they've just posted to my
address some junk mail: their Spring catalogue (which happens to include
details of the Internet Info CD-ROM). Now the only way that they could
have got hold of my postal address was my request to them for the free
CD-ROM (so they clearly haven't misplaced my address, and they're happy
to pay transatlantic postal fees).
So... they haven't sent me the CD-ROM they promised, but they have sent
me junk mail as a result of my request. I have a few questions to people
on this mailing list, the answers to which will determine how stroppy I
get with them:
1. Have any FAQ maintainers outside North America received a free copy
of the Internet Info CD-ROM?
2. Are any FAQ maintainers in my position- having requested a free copy
(in my case for two successive years), but not being sent one?
3. What's the best E-mail address to complain to them?
It's probably best to reply by private E-mail, rather than to this list
(unless your comments are relevant to all FAQ maintainers). If necessary,
I shall summarise the responses in a few days.
Thanks in advance,
Dr. Patrick J. Barrie P.Barrie@ucl.ac.uk
Something to do with Chemistry "If a thing's worth doing, it's worth
University College London getting someone else to do it"
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