Fwd: Re: cmsg cancel <business-basic/faq_864291522@rtfm.mit.edu>


Gary McClellan (gary@gdma.com)
Fri, 23 May 97 10:01:14 -0600

I noticed that someone is doing bogus cancels under my ID for my FAQ.

How is this usually handled? How can I prevent it from happening?

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