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This message has been archived, as well as the filesize, so if you want to share it with a friend, here is how to send it.

If you don’t want to open it with your favorite email client, you can also upload the file to the site’s download directory by clicking here.

We’ve heard that you can get the file for free by clicking here.

The file itself is in the public domain, so if you want to share it with a friend, you can send it to them by clicking here.

If you want to share the message with a friend, you can also email it to them by clicking here.If you want to email the file, you can send it by clicking here.If you are using an email client that is incompatible with the file being sent by the other party, you will need to email the file by clicking here.

The message file is a plain-text file with no formatting. Unlike other messages the file is saved in a plain-text file on your computer, so you can share it with anyone you want. If you do want to email it to your friend, you can do so by clicking here.

When you click the link, you will be taken to a page where you can download and email the file.

That’s not the only attachment you can send and receive, though. You can also send a web page by clicking here. This page is a plain-text file with no visual formatting. So if you want to send your friend a Web page, you can do so by clicking here.

You would think that as long as you send a text file and a web page, that would be all there is to it, but you would be wrong. The file download/email portion does require a Web browser, so the same thing applies.

Sure you could use other ways of sending these files, but I prefer the ones I’ve mentioned above. It’s one thing to send a text file via email, but it’s another to send a web page that has no visual formatting. You can read a lot more about this if you Google a few different terms.

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