Lewis G Rosenthal <email@example.com>
I receive a regular newsletter, and this question recently came up. I think it might be more up your street, so may I take the liberty of introducing you to Nancy? If you want to go ahead with helping her, please let me know. I'm going to let her know that I am contacting someone, so a direct email from you wouldn't come out of the blue.
(subscriber to OS2wireless group)
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Subject: RE: You call for help on Wireless networks
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 12:02:55 -0400
Organization: Nancy Twigg
To: 'Stuart Gray' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for your offer of help. I do a regular freelance writing gig which
requires me each month to answer several questions submitted by visitors to
the company's website. The questions always relate in some way to shopping
(usually how to save money on a particular expense). I don't have to answer
them from my own expertise; I can interview experts and quote them as the
expert source of the information. Here is one of the most recent questions
that really has me stumped:
"What are some tips for buying wireless networks for my laptop?"
I am limited in my computer knowledge so I am not even sure where to begin
in trying to come up with an answer to this question. Do you feel
comfortable talking about this or can you refer me to a source for this kind
From: Stuart Gray [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 11:57 AM
Subject: You call for help on Wireless networks
I read in the Counting the Cost newsletter that you are looking for help
with some wireless issues. I don't know if I can help, but I do use
wifi on my own systems, and I know lots of knowledgeable people!
Let me know what you want to do, what laptop you have (if any) etc. etc.
and I'll see what I can do for you.