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Old 02-24-2014, 04:28 AM
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Oh, I understand what you're planning to do now. You might want to check with a migration agent (Maybe post on "Ask Mark" at the top of the forum) and just make sure that would be okay.
Thanks very much for the help.

I'll get on to it after class (3 hours teaching to get on to now. Fun fun fun).

Richard


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