We have several lists which are archived on our server. Please make yourself familiar with our policies before subscribing and posting to these lists.
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The referring document contains privileged and confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient you must not disseminate, copy or take any action in reliance on it, and we request that you notify companyname immediately.
Such disclaimers are inappropriate for mail sent to public lists. If your company automatically adds something like this to outgoing mail, and you can't convince them to stop, you might consider using a free web-based e-mail account.
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are acceptable, although they are redundant; unless explicitly stated, it's assumed that no-one on these lists means to speak for their company.
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