[Fwd: fantazma@fantazma.com]

Heather Haines h.haines at bhtafe.edu.au
Tue May 20 00:29:53 EST 1997

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Mail from this group ("fantazma") came to me todayvia the microbiology
newsgroup.  As I have only recently joined the newsgroup, I am fairly
peeved to receive crap like this.  Is there a way that I can prevent
getting this sort of junk mail?  
Heather Haines.

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