|FROM ||Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] [firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: Novell and Linux]
I arrive in town on Tuesday (tomorrow). I'm sorry but I don't have a
message from you. I did have a problem with my cell phone and AT&T had
to reset my voicemail. I apologize if you had a message that was lost
during that problem. As of right now, my schedule for my time in NYC is
completely booked. Should I have something cancel, I will contact you
immediately so we can meet. Otherwise, I will see if another member of
my team based in NYC can follow-up with you, or I will contact you when
I am in town again in a couple of weeks.
I'm sorry for the confusion, and I do look forward to meeting with you
You may also want to attend the Novell/IBM Open Enterprise Server
seminar. That seminar will be held in NYC on November 3rd in NYC, I
believe. I will find the link for the seminar registration (Free) and
send it to you.
Frank B. Tallarico
Area Technical Specialist - Northeast
Novell, Inc., the leading provider of information solutions
>>> Ruben Safir 10/25/2004 01:01:11 >>>
Are you in town.
I tried to call you
On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 09:50, Frank B. Tallarico wrote:
> Mr. Safir,
> My name is Frank Tallarico, I am a Technical Specialist for Novell
> covering the Northeast specializing in Network and Systems
> including Linux.
> I understand that you would like to speak with someone in more depth
> around Novell's Linux offerings and our open-source strategy, based
> a conversation you had with Curtis Dye.
> I would be happy to speak with you further.
> Are you located in Manhattan? I will be in the NYC area next week,
> and can arrange some time together if appropriate.
> Frank B. Tallarico
> Area Technical Specialist - Northeast
> 412.322.1366 (Office)
> 412.999.8889 (Cell)
> Novell, Inc., the leading provider of information solutions
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