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Old December 10th 16, 02:00 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.newusers
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this example sounds interesting
a project called Urbelog
The continued
growth of e-commerce has increased the number of delivery vehicles driving
along the same routes every day.
such as regional shippers like LaserShip
or new local platforms such as UberRush
multiple carriers.
collecting data on trucks’ location
or same-day deliveries of groceries and
other goods.
from local retailers. Additionally
IMO this link is worth following http://www.usps.com when considering the account;
why do you define the account security?


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