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    Re: What is this?
    From: Robert Gainer
    Date: 2006 May 21, 09:09 -0400

    I am also having a problem adjusting. But as they say, the dinosaur is not 
    with us because he had a problem adjusting. You are very clever Alex, so I 
    think you will find a way. Maybe your own copy of the old archive which has 
    the new list appended to it as you collect the e-mails. I would think that is 
    something you could do without too much trouble.
    Let me know what you find out on that sextant. Are you going to bid on it? I 
    don?t think I will but I will check with you first just in case you are 
    considering it. I don?t want to bid if you are after it. I think there are 
    enough out there for the both of us.
    Robert Gainer
    > From: Alexandre E Eremenko 
    > Date: 2006/05/21 Sun AM 08:43:57 EDT
    > Subject: Re: What is this?
    > Robert,
    > I don't have any clue. I asked the seller,
    > let's see what s/he replies.
    > Speaking of the Nav-L list, what can I do but to enjoy
    > the last days of its existence?
    > Unfortunately I can do nothing to save it.
    > I just don't see how can I use the new list
    > in the way I used the old one.
    > Alex

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