Re: [78attendees] IETF Invitation letter

Michael Graff <mgraff@isc.org> Tue, 14 September 2010 14:53 UTC

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On 2010-09-14 7:35 AM, Norm Wright wrote:
> My companies email filter detected a virus in the rely to my request for
> a letter of invitation and blocked it.  I have sent in another request asking
> for a letter of invitation in text format.

Your company blocks PDF files?  Whoa.

In any case, you can request a paper copy to be mailed to you I believe,
at your cost.  There was a link on the site to do this.

- --Michael

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