Only two topics in this Special #200 W2KnewsFlash:
Hi NT/2000 Pros,
- VOTE For Your Fave Tools: W2Knews Target Awards 2000
- List pollution problem almost solved. If you think this
is UCE, please Reply with SUPPRESS in the Subject.
This is Issue Number 200 since we started, time literally flies!
We decided to dedicate this special issue to the one thing that
has been close to your hearts for all this time: How do your
-colleagues- rate all those third party products out there?
Many magazines do reviews, run tests, give away 'Editor's Choice'
and 'Best Of Show' Awards and those are all extremely useful. But
there is no place where people like us in the NT/2000 trenches
simply can VOTE on tools they like (or hate!).
So that is why W2Knews hosts a yearly vote where you can show
what your experience is with the tools out there. We have been
agonizing about the finalists for the last year, and we hope
we've been able to get the 'Most Used Top 4' in each category.
You can now vote for more than 90 finalists, on products from
more than 65 developers, in 24 tool categories. The vote will
close October 8-th this year and the awards will be presented
to the developers at the Microsoft Exchange Conference in Dallas,
TX Oct 9-13. But the results will be available to all of you
from here on out for the rest of the year!
LET THE GAMES BEGIN
Rate Your Fave tools for Price + Features + Overall Quality at:
PS. 1) Remember to tell your friends to vote too. 2) You can only
vote once. 3) The VOTE-page has been optimized for MS Internet
2) List pollution problem almost solved
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with a bit of a screwup. Sometimes we receive a list of email
addresses from the software developers we work with. We are always
assured these are opt-ins and want to receive mail from us. But
the last list we received had a bunch of wrong addresses in there.
To prevent this from happening in the future we have changed our
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