[r-t] Challenge to produce new method - Double Helix Royal

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Sun Jan 1 21:02:57 UTC 2012

Thanks John. I've tried raising the max message size to 800kb. I'm stuck in a Birmingham travelodge with just a BlackBerry with internet connectivity. Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year. All the best, Philip
Sent from my BlackBerry

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At 21:53 on 01 January 2012, Philip Earis wrote:

> Great work Rob!  Your attachment seemed to get stripped out, so I've
> reattached it to this message.

It didn't make it.  I'll see if I can do it.  (It's basically too big.)



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