Date: 2001-07-20 13:24:51
Its embaressing. But I have no control over that disclaimer. Its
inserted by our firewall. It is not *my* sig.
btw, I'm no lawyer, but as I addressed it to boost and if you are a
member of boost, then I believe that I addressed it to you. I would
also imagine that given that boost is a publicly accessable mailing
list, then the contents of my mail are in the public domain.
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Subject: Re: [boost] Review: Boost Coding Guidelines
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Date: 20/07/01 18:40
By the way, since I am not the "named addressee" it would seem that
this quoted reply is a violation of your confidentiality agreement.
Is that your intention? And what if I want to forward this message
to a colleague for discussion?
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