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Sorry for the downtime, it's been a rough day. Not only was my Symphony story getting a lot of play, but I was also the subject of ddos attacks on the site and my mail server. It seems to have subsided some now, and I'm back up. I do apologize.

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Good to see you again

Glad to see you back online and keep on keeping on. Tuxmachines forever!

Sorry

Sorry for your troubles beautiful, I was wondering why I couldn't access the site. If you find out who is responsible for the dos attack let us know. Tex and I will load up the shotguns and do a little huntin. Smile Sal

Thanks

Thanks guys. I have my suspicions, but nothing I can prove, so I guess I best not state in public. The mail server "attacks" continue. So, I guess I'll just leave it down for now. I think that must be related to that sober spam worm variant going 'round.

Anywho, thank's again. Smile

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