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It's official -- the guy and gals at MSN are dotty. The Register received this email today that suggests that MSN simply hasn't got the point - or if it has, then it's in the wrong place... "Apologies, but we managed to add an extra dot to one of the web addresses in yesterday's announcement of MSN FreeWeb. The correct address for getting the software is: www.msnfreeweb.co.uk and not: www.msn.freeweb.co.uk Sorry for the inconvenience of another email, but we wanted to make sure that the correct address is published for your readers." Have you got that? The Register would have loved to report that the successful launch of MSN's new free service went without a hitch yesterday -- but we can't. By the way, any readers not using Internet Explorer might as well forget clicking on the link to MSN FreeWeb above. Tsk.®

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