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@Matt -- clearly, the mail I received was not informative or targeted. Plus, I had already logged my preferences with Cingular. That code would explain why AT&T was all too happy to help me reset that filter.

@Simone -- I see you have not updated your blog in a few days. Benvenuto alla conversazione!

Ciao Valeria!

Completamente daccordo ma anch'io ti scrivo un commento totalmente off topic per consigliarti Twitter.
Jim Long mi ha dato il la ma credo che sia un mezzo molto interessante per una conversation agent!
Ciao

Simone

Valeria -- Oddly enough according to this site http://www.usshortcodeswhois.com, which lists the owners of shortcodes (like the five digit one you are receiving messages from) that code is owned by Cingular for the purpose of routing email. Maybe they forgot to tell AT&T in the whole re-naming thing.

And welcome to Twitter!

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