"Palace Guard", Let me re-phrase the prior post... It may have APPEARED that I was endorsing PowerTech products, over PentaSafe (or others which I've never heard of). If I left that impression, then I should have been more careful. At the same time, I'm thanking Steve (from PentaSafe) for his post. Also, I don't consider downloading a freebie a ringing endorsement. However, since you took it as an endorsement, I will be more careful how I word things in the future. I hope you don't read too much between the lines, also, but that's up to you. Thanks for your views. jt | -----Original Message----- | From: firstname.lastname@example.org | [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of jt | Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 5:13 PM | To: firstname.lastname@example.org | Subject: RE: Security simpler and cheaper with iSeries | | | Palace, | | You may be guarding the palace, but AFAIK, david and Don are | still the kings | of this list. | | People "endorse" products all the time. Does this rule apply to | anybody who | posts info on favorable results with a product, or just me...?!? | | ===> I need to correct a serious mis-impression you have, | however: I don't | endorse ANY products. Period. | | I've seen a lot of good info from John Earl, on this list, and heard many, | MANY good reports on their product from others on this list. I'm passing | along this information, same as I passed on the tip about Simon Coulter's | package. All I'm doing is passing on what I think is | interesting, and if I | study the product and find it delivers what it says, I'll pass that along | too. If I think it stinks, I'll pass that along as well... Been doing | that, for some time now, (same as a lot of folks here). Your's | is the first | complaint. Seems like it's OK as long as I'm endorsing or | ranting on an IBM | product... but not other products...? I have no financial interest in | PowerTech, BTW. | | Also BTW, this post lead to a phone call with Steve Martinson of | PentaSafe. | Have not seen many posts from him, so making this connection made the post | worthwhile. For the two of us, anyway, if for nobody else. | | jt | | | | -----Original Message----- | | From: email@example.com | | [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Palace Guard | | Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 4:42 PM | | To: email@example.com | | Subject: Re: Security simpler and cheaper with iSeries | | | | | | Blush all you want!! This is a user website not a vender promo site, so | | knock off the vendor endorsements! | | -----Original Message----- | | From: jt <firstname.lastname@example.org> | | To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> | | Date: Friday, December 14, 2001 7:30 AM | | Subject: RE: Security simpler and cheaper with iSeries | | | | | | >Steve, | | > | | >Thanks for your views. I agree TOTALLY with the assessment, | | both yours and | | >the articles. (I was just surprised by the comment by Mr. | Botz of IBM.) | | > | | >As far as QAUDJRN... | | > | | >Mea culpa. (GOTTA clear off some disk, and get the free | PowerTech tools | | >implemented, at the very least... blush)-: | | > | | >jt | | > | | >| [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Steve Martinson | | >| Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 9:15 AM | | > | | ><snip good comments>
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