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From: "dave wanta" <dave@...>
Date: 10/14/2010 5:03:43 AM
Subject: RE: How to attached multiple .ics files in mail.
Hi,
Hmm.. I'm a little confused, and not quite understanding the question.

How excactly do you want to send it? Over the browser, instead of email?

Thanks,
Dave

 

 

 




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