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April 30, 2007

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Russ Gray

I'm heartened to hear that you're having some success with linux. I used linux all through law school, but haven't been able to use it since then because most legal software is fairly specialized. I'd be interested to hear if you have any luck getting Amicus (I use V+) and/or PCLaw working.

Zale

Keep up the good work. You are in a position to test some things that I am not, so I am looking forward to the report. The result won't dissuade my forging ahead with Linux, but it will help me know all the possibilities. You might let the CodeWeavers folks know of your results as well. Thanks again.

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