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From: Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Date: Tue Jan 04 2000 - 09:45:37 PST

Funny thing--recently every new site on my bookmark list
shows up magically in the news after a couple of weeks. I swear
I am going to have encrypting my bookmarks or something. As for, any company that describes themselves as a player....I guess
it's okay if you get to define the sandbox. They claim they've established
millions of mailboxes for their clients, but I wonder how many are actually
being used?

Greg seals Lansoft buy
     By Sandeep Junnarkar
     Staff Writer, CNET
     January 4, 2000, 6:20 a.m. PT

                            Internet messaging services company today said
                            it has acquired Lansoft, a provider of corporate email and
                            Web hosting services, to accelerate its penetration in the
                            business messaging market.

                            The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

                            Lansoft, based in Columbus, Ohio, brings about 690
                            corporate customers to, which is hoping the
                            acquisition will also help to boost its technical presence in
                            the corporate messaging arena.

                            "This transaction is consistent with our strategy to acquire
                            companies with a complementary business to business
     team and established customer base to accelerate our penetration of the business messaging
     market," Gerald Gorman,'s chief executive, said in a statement.

Greg Bolcer
work: 714.505.4970
cell: 714.928.5476
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