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Re: Error "max extend table reached"

From: Ron <>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 23:05:21 -0800
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Hello Daniel,

   I run your suggestion by colleagues and we decided to use the real name to post.

  DBA Infopower

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"Daniel Morgan" <> wrote in message news:1076135864.917861_at_yasure...
> DBA Infopower Support wrote:
> > Hello Daniel,
> >
> > As you very well may noticed we are not trying to sell here any
> > nor sell any education classes or "Certificate Programs".
> >
> > Being a young and small company we are trying to contribute to DBA
> > community by helping other people.
> >
> > Legally, the company and individuals are considered the same, so
> > as a company is in no way worse than yours or others'.
> >
> > If you think this is a violation of netiquette, please let us know.
> >
> > Meanwhile, we respectfully ask you to stop the harassing and flaming
> > emails and stop calling our messages "spam" - they are the way of
> > colleagues, not to post same information over and over again.
> >
> > We are sorry you feel this way. Please, ignore our messages if you
> > like them.
> >
> > Support
> > DBA Infopower
> >
> >
> I'm not selling anything ... the university only accepts 60 students
> per year into my program. All must have CS degrees. And everyone else
> is turned away and has been for four years. So more students is hardly
> what I want or need.
> I understand that you are genuinely trying to help people but your
> signature, or lack thereof, while not rude has already led to people
> viewing you as a spammer. My advice is that you follow the lead of
> Jonathan Lewis, Howard Rogers, and others. Show people of courtesy
> of posting your real name. If they want to do business with you they
> will find you on their own. Signing "Support" is rather bad as it
> gives the impression that your postings here relate to your job
> responsibilities and therefore ... that you are spamming.
> --
> Daniel Morgan
> (replace 'x' with a 'u' to reply)
Received on Sat Feb 07 2004 - 01:05:21 CST

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