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The list ntemacs-users@cs.washington.edu is a forum for discussion
related to using GNU Emacs on Windows NT and Windows 95. Please
feel free to ask and/or answer any questions related to Emacs on
NT or Win95 as you see fit, although I ask that questions
regarding general use of Emacs be directed to the Emacs Info files
and the general Emacs news groups, such as comp.emacs and
gnu.emacs.help.

I will also be sending announcements about new releases and bug
fixes to this list. These announcements should be relatively
infrequent, however.

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