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Old   July 14, 2000, 12:53
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Peter Spalding
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Hello,

Welcome to the PHOENICS Forum. CHAM will monitor this site with interest and I hope we will be responsive to all your PHOENICS enquiries. This site will be announced formally in our Autumn Newsletter. We hope you will also look at CHAM's web site and cfdShop.

Please contact CHAM for further information and don't forget to browse our web site: http://www.cham.co.uk

Thank you to Jonas for arranging the PHOENICS forum.

Peter Spalding Email: pls@cham.co.uk
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Old   December 17, 2001, 08:45
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Andrea
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hello,

How can I subscribe to this forum?

Thanks for your help.

Andrea
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Old   December 17, 2001, 10:09
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Peter Spalding
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You do not need to subscribe to this forum; it is open to everyone. If you send your postal details to sales@cham.co.uk, your name will be added to the database for receipt of newsletters, etc. The lastest newsletter can be found on: http://www.cham.co.uk/website/new/news.htm

If you would like to subscribe to the PHOENICS Journal (see: http://www.cham.co.uk/website/new/journal.htm) please contact ps@cham.co.uk rather than the reference on the web site (sks@cham.co.uk) which is out of date. The PHOENICS Journal is provided free of charge to all maintained customers.

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Old   December 18, 2001, 05:35
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Rami
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Peter,

o We are maintained costomers of PHOENICS for several years, and we did not get the PHOENICS Journal during all that period.

o Please also note that the contents of the latest issue in your website did not change for a long time (since 1999).

o I would like to suggest that you add a time stamp of the last modification and the version it applies to in all your web pages in order to help users to see if it is updated and to verify it corresponds to the version they use.
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Old   December 18, 2001, 08:31
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Rami,

Sorry for any confusion. The PHOENICS Journal is supplied to all maintained customers only as of 2001 onwards. Previously it was not. If you haven't received your 2001 issues, contact Mrs Petula Smith at CHAM email: ps@cham.co.uk.

The PHOENICS Journal entry on the web site will be updated straightaway.

The Time Stamp is used in our applications examples (which version used, and when) but it would be good to use it more generally I agree.

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Peter

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