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Reg reader studies The longest day of the year is almost upon us, and what better way to make use of those extra day light hours than to click a few keys and fill in our latest reader survey.

What better antidote to cavorting druids, new age travelers and King Arthur impersonators could there be than pondering “The Criticality and Support of email”. As others commune with the Sun and contemplate the eternal mysteries of the universe, you can commune with your industry colleagues and contemplate how critical email is in communicating with customers or how long it would be before a crippled email system would affect your business.

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