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May. When the showers have brought the flowers, and rites of spring, a young geek's fancy is turned to thoughts of setting up that mail server of their dreams. And you? Stuck like a muck stick. You call and he is there faster than you can flame a troll. Or fast enough to almost meet his monthly deadline, taking a single name bi-line like Hector or Hammer he is... the Shadowman.
Got a question that you'd like Shadowman to answer? Ask him.
Adriano B, wanted to see:
Mark G. said help me:
To George S. who wanted to chat on Linux
Shadowman says: Yes to MSN using Gaim and PalTalk using wine (so Shadowman is told, he hasn't done it).
To David Z. who wanted to know about device support
Shadowman says: What sort of devices?