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Dear Editor:
I am experiencing trouble when I attempt to use the embedded URLs to read the articles. I always get "page not found", but it is the ILW.COM page not found (not my browser). Since these are embedded, it is not possible to cut-and-paste them. Just to let you know that the letter writer wasn't the only one having trouble.

Just as an example, in the November 4th issue of Immigration Daily outlining the most read articles for October, all direct links to the articles send me to the ILW.COM Page Not Found. The link to more information about seminars, however, works fine. Perhaps the phenomenon relates to the degree of specificity in the link. It seems that the shorter, more generic links work O.K.

Rory Proctor

Editor's Note: Your email program (e.g. Outlook, etc) may be set to word-wrap incoming emails at less than 75 characters, which has been the default word-wrap setting that our outgoing email program is set to. In these cases, long URLs get cut-up into two lines, and you may need to manually cut-and-paste each line one-by-one, and then hit the return key to retrieve the original document. Since the shorter URLs work fine for you, we are almost certain that this is the root of your problem. We are currently experimenting on ways to prevent this from happening to some of our readers. If you see email versions of Immigration Daily in the last few days, you will notice that we have eliminated the word-wrap feature. This may help in either reducing or eliminating the kind of problem you are facing. If this problem persists, we can explore other solutions for our readers.



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