Re: New Product Announcement
Dear idiot salesman
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don't have a clue how the Internet works.
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From: Outsource Sales <email@example.com>
To: linux.debian.devel.cd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: New Product Announcement
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Date: 03 Jan 1997 17:10:49 -0700
Reply-To: Outsource Sales <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Fri, 1997-01-03 at 16:10, Outsource Sales wrote:
> NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT
> From: OUTSOURCE ENG.& MFG. INC.
> This note is to inform you of new watchdog board technology for maintaining
> continuous unattended operation of PC/Servers etc. that we have released for
> We are proud to announce Watchdog Control Center featuring MAM (Multiple
> Applications Monitor) capability.
> The key feature of this application enables you to monitor as many
> applications as you
> have resident on any computer as well as the operating system for
> continuous unattended operation. The Watchdog Control Center featuring
> MAM capability expands third party application "control" of a Watchdog as
> access to the application's
> source code is no longer needed.
> Here is how it all works:
> Upon installation of the application and Watchdog, the user may select
> many configuration options, based on their model of Watchdog, to fit their
> operational needs. If the MAM feature is enabled, the user may select any
> executable program that they wish for monitoring.
> A lock up of the operating system or if any one of the selected
> applications is not running, the MAM feature, in
> conjunction with the Watchdog, will reset the system allowing for
> continuous operation.
> It's that simple!
> Watchdog Control Center is supported on most Microsoft Windows platforms
> (Win9x/WinNT/Win2k) and includes a Linux version for PCI Programmable
> Watchdog Control Center Features:
> - Automated installation
> - Controls all Outsource Engineering Watchdogs
> - User selectable Watchdog timeout period
> - User selectable Watchdog stroke interval
> - Multiple Application Monitoring
> Included on the Installation CD:
> - Watchdog Control Center
> - Watchdog Drivers
> - Documentation
> For more information, please visit out website at
> http://www.outsrc-em.com/ or send an e-mail to email@example.com
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